Steinmetz High School - Silver Streak Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1947

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The opening section gives us the inside story ot "Teeners On A Holiday." From iirst to last the thought ot lun and irolic is carried through. Serious pastimes burst through new and then, but even the most serious holidays were spent happily. We hope that the holiday spirit will increase with the number ot pages you read. we 'S' w x. kiwi iii I as 1 -,Y f K., Wg JC' I "xr" f hx H new mwu mm f efms QQ' N s K 'W' x i lg ifilie if L 'E 3? 766446714 Qu la 70am The tree day is an excitinq one as Lady Steinmetz shows her out oi town quest the mountains ot concrete and brick that make the Chicago loop. F 2. hp 0 7eemA Wi fn jnlleaeftll fad '7eene1z4 The hoiidoy is heightened tor these movieehouhd teehers by the omtios ot C1 tug boot. Steihmetz ortists cooture the tomous woter tower OH their scratch pods. ,ff .if gd Shaun? 7fzew Jfalafaq Wa fa Q. .7. Sfzal'-fad Steinrnetz Red Cross lorought the hospitalized G.l.'s plenty of soft music, good entertainment and hearty laughs. 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X X Q e , f ,, X X 4' fvf, .--uv, v ,V M' .., I ix 5 4 HM X iw ' i .fWX:1wZ'w W "1 ix G:-nm Vw, N- ' . ,X X ,X U 1 vs my 1: I 9 4 1 x 5 mfgpg wg N 4: " Va, 'Q J, V f f ' a Wx '11 1 : Q Q .M W ,-,Lp 7 x .A Ev , W , E3 ' in-. Teachers set aside books and papers to attend facul- ' ty meetinasp there are times less serious than these. Look across the Daqe. awzzf, ,uw nfzef, week amz www, 18 U little bending to ke pper picture: Everybody must do a ep our halls clean. 'x Q' " -'mfs 5 IJHJ :jug lltltl Lower picture: ln your desire to gm to your classes first, don't forql ' there is danger lurkinq in collision 1444 Uunce af paeaenllian id Zifaallfz a auncf af emu Mr. Grover C. Ramsey Assistant Princi crl B 'd , p . esi es his regular duties, Mr. Ramsey has c aanized a campaign this year to endeavor to make the student body clean-hall consciol and safety-first-minded. lt is thouqhtlessness, rather than indifference that drops that canc wrapper or that is unaware of the discarded apple core on the tloorp it is this same thouql lessness that fills the u 'l 'li ' ' ' p D1 wit a desire to run 1r1 the corr1dor. Gfjzce ,Gala ,Halal 4 ' MM, !nz'ewzew4 Mr. Waller Herrick tupper picture? has charge of boys' problems, assembly schedules, bells, and the hall guard organization, and he finds time to smile. Miss Margaret Boller flower leftl, our adjustment teacher, has complete charge of the program and the programming of freshmen when they enter. Mrs. Ethel Triebel flower rightl, besides teaching a part of the day, is girls' attendance Also in her capable hands rests the February and Iunior proms. lockers testing officer. Mrs. Elma Boughton fnot photographedl takes care of girls' problems and also teaches English a part of the day. wewyuz ew Keep Gm Rama an '7une Officer Dwyer, the friendly policeman, has become a favorite with our teeners. Mrs. Kirkpatrick is our probation officer. Only tho stay-at-homes get to know her very well. Standing: Miss F. Ftigney, Teachers' Payroll Clerk. Seated: Mrs. F. Szumnarski, Attendance and Bulletins, Miss L. Holman flefil, Miss M. Chauvet, Record Clerk, Miss M. O"l'oole, Treasurer. Mrs. S. Koplin tnot photographedl, Text Books. Gffice Siaff Huge high schools with large memberships call for an efficient group of clerks, ond that is what Steinmetz has-a corps of friendly capable ladies who keep the routine of the school going in tip-top shape, amid scores of interruptions by telephones, visitors, mail and messengers. Parents often come to school for various reasons and many have com- mented on the courteous reception they have received. nl! W-ul 21 pcmerzfd ancf 7eeneJz4 P n paafq fad 7eacfzefz4 PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The first event ot the year tor the Steinrrretz Parent-Teachers Association was a Faculty Tea. Pleasant acquaintanceships were rnade and renewed between teachers and parents. At the servicenren's horne-corning party the P.T.A. was busily engaged serving the re- freshments. The Great Outdoors was person- ified by Sain Carnpbell tor Parents Night. Fall Festival evening found the nrerrrbers acting as, "Iills ot all Trades," wherever needed. Honor nredals tor outstanding achievernent were awarded both semesters to the R.O.T.C. Special prestige was ours this year because we entertained the High School Council at its Spring Conterence. Picture One: Mrs. L, E, Nettestriorrr, Mrs, Vernon, Mrs. Mittricker, Mrs. l. G, Cross, Mrs. S. A. Diepliouse, Mrs. l. l. McCarthy Mrs. Santa Taqlrrr Mrs. H. Edwards, Mrs. E. Hartunq. Picture Two: Dardanelle girls assisting Mrs, Tabraharr: at Teachers' Tea. Picture Three: Mrs, E. Hartuna Auditor, Mrs. I. Cross, Treas., Mrs, I. I. McCarthy, lst Vice Pres., Mrs, S. A. Diepliouse, Pres., M s, S. Taqlra, Rnd Vice Pres., Mrs. L. E, Netterstroni, Rec. Sec., Mrs, H. Ldwurtis, Lor. Sec. Picture Fcur: Row 1: Mrs, E. liartunq, Mrs. l. G, Cr-rss. Mrs. l. l. McCarthy, M.s. S. A, Dieplrouse, Mrs. S. Tcrqlia, Mrs. L. E. Netterstrorn, Mrs, E. Edwards. How 2: Mrs. B. Watkins, Mrs. R. I. Lucas, Mrs. D, Larkin, Mrs. R. Van Tuyl, Mrs. A. E. Tabralrarn, Mrs. W. Shea, Mrs. E. Heckl, Mrs. M. Mador, Mrs. H. E. Ariqerlroter, Mrs. VV. Olsen, Mrs. R. Wrebkirrg. 7fze Jfazfffm, alma dw vmzm ,um Miss Lora Adams, travel, Mr. Hubert Anderson, photography: Miss Florence Andrews, travel and theatre, Mrs. Florence Armitage, readingg Mr. George Baker, writing short stories: Miss Bose Baer, travel and musicg Miss Lois Bergh, early Chicago historyg Miss Elizabeth Blythe, painting, Miss Margaret Boller, collecting fancy boxesg Mrs. Elma Boughton, readingg. Mr. Leslie Bradley, travel and Dachshundsg Mr. Lewis Brarnkamp, travel and boolcsg Mrs. Mary Brennock, her family: Miss Dolores Bujewski, painting tlower pots: Miss Mar- garet Cahill, reading. Not photographed: Mrs. Isabelle Beach, Mr. Walter Beck, Mrs. Grace Bertling, Mrs. Frances Borg, Miss Bertha Braddock. Wfzme avail-4 Zfpnn 041131 '7fz4ane Mrs. Harriet Calverley, music and languagesg Miss Mildred Coddington, grow- ing plants, Miss Mary Collopy, knitting, Miss Meta Consoer, collecting books of favorite authors: Mrs. Gertrude Crane, Florida sunshineg Miss Mary Cushe ing, dogs, Mr. Eugene DeClark, collecting records, Miss Pearl Dierks, knitting, Miss Loretta Sullivan, music and golig Mr. Charles Echelbarger, fishing, Mr. Robert English, playing with his grand-daughterg Mrs. Gertrude Exarhos, lcnits ting, Miss Iosephine Farr, dressmakingg Miss Margaret Feely, traveling, Mr. Ivan Feldman, music. Not photographed: Miss Emma Caster, Mr. Williarn Chidester, Mrs. Dorothy Compton, Miss Gertrude Donnersberger, Mr. Iames Downey, Miss Ruby Edmonds, Mrs. Lydia Eausel. Kang If aincfi .Jfafiq 44154 qaiencf Mr. Iacoh Ferdrnan, science: Miss Clare Foley, books: Miss Agatha Posse, reading: Mr. Frank Frelich, gardening: Mrs. Esther Frey, reading: Miss Rose Eulgaro, singing: Miss Edith Garis, collecting masks: Miss Lucille Golden, interior decorating: Miss Sylvia Gruener, cultivating rare flowers: Mrs. Alida Gulbrandsen, her family: Mrs. Lorraine Haas, homernaking: Mrs. Lillie Ruth Hadley, painting: Miss Marie Haley, hooks: Mr. Myles Havlicek, camping and fishing: Mrs. Erna Hege, car driving. Not photographed: Charles Duck- worth, Sgt. Edward Frisch. fag ancf fa 7660464 alle Sen Mr. Abraham Held, woodworking, Mr. Cornelius Henze, gardening and travel, Miss Gertrude Herbert, travel, Mr. Walter Herrick, gardening, Miss Maxine Hoffman, collecting records, Miss Ethel lacobek, country lite, Miss Ruth Kilgour, letter writing, Miss Ethel Kinderrnan, reading, Mrs. Dorothy Knipp, her little son, Miss Catharine Landrigan, Spanish, Miss Rea Lyon, travel and horses, Miss Ethel McNamara, reading, Mr. Stanley Nalecz, reading good books, Miss Charlotte O'Brien, novelty jewelry, Miss Gertrude O'Con- nor, books. Not photographed: Mr. Fred Holm, Miss Florence Kilburn, Mrs. Myrtle Monahan. 044664, Spam ,lla Wzmmq Smile Miss Mary O'Connor, bridgef Miss Annette Ornstein, hiking, Miss Lorraine Pacelli, singingg Miss Helen Papenbrook, poetry, Mr. Paul Pteil, golf, Miss Agnes Polka, sewing, Miss Evelyn Rasmussen, sewing, Miss lonia Rehm, antique glass and old math books, Mr. Samuel Richmond, sports and musicg Miss Geraldine Rolence, driving for Red Cross: Miss Orpha Rompf, reading: Miss Celia Roy, collecting antiques, Mr. Edward Ruzicka, golf, bowling, Miss Frances Ryan, fancy sandwichesg Mr. Charles Schutter, rail-roads, Mrs. Eleanor Schwartz, travel, Miss Regina Selinger, woodworking, Miss Irene Sechler, travel, Mr. Fred Siegel, looking for a hobby. Not photographed: Miss Agnes Richards, Miss Mae Sennott, Mr. Frederick Spiecker, Miss Patricia Sullivan. When 7 pai 7fze1?L Eaakft an Wife Mrs. Florence Soderberg, woodworking, Mr. Stewart Spikings, stamp collect- ing, Miss Mildred Stavers, collecting antique glassware, Miss Carmella Drago, old china, Miss Alice Sutherland, bridge, Mr. Albert Sweig, science, Mrs. Santa Taglia, painting and sewing, Mr. Herbert Thompson, Scandinavian Club, Miss Evelyn Thorsson, collecting salt and pepper sets, Mrs. Ethel Triebel, small house designs, Miss Anna Utzig, mathematical problems, Mr. Fred Vesel, sports, Mr. William Walsh, bowling, Mr. Henry Weaver, photography and painting, Miss Louise Whalen, writing short stories, Miss Ruby Yetter, farming, Mrs. Florence Young, aviation, Mrs. Margaret Zwicky, reading. Not photographed: Mr. Cloyd Swem, Mr. Charles Temple, Miss Iessie Watson, Miss Olive Weaver. km, +G Q Q ,ww-'WG V ' ' Q " 4 5, i4,W ...ww 41 J' WL 4- i Courteous class room order makes for better teaching, higher qrcxdes cmd sincere coornercttion. Had fa 80044 .94 Sefaiauft E OUDAY N aaedfnie fran! an awful Jfzeam Befaae a fwficfaq, if deemdf Jfe cbzeamed Ae wake Iwo hound, lafe, Jalal! Jaedded fre Jafifneci fa feaan fuld fale, Jie lad! lux faal anaf chopped fda Jock, Jfeaallaacfzoolamllaokaneloak aaa lfzeae fee aeacl fha would, fha! daq, "7fuLi Jeffco! bi cladfeci fm a holiday. " 104: How 1: N. Taylor, A. Andriano, M. Brand, A. Tanqi, M. Wis- noski, l. Muhr, V. Delia. Row 2: I. Clark, V. Piehl, A. Giemza, L. Waller, I. Ullrich, S. Bonillon, G. Fitzqibbons. Row 3: E. Levandowski, B. Anderson, C, Oftedahl, S. G. Bradford, P. Gentz, M. Kissane, A. Ossler, R. Teuber. Row 4: I. Rizzo R. Nath, A. Broseqhini, I. Staniszewski, V. Gustafson, C. Skikita C, Schuetz, E. Dahl, R. Tiber. Row 5: S. Bush, B. Muske K, Rinqstad, W. Schlotieldt, F. Braun, I. Mazza, D. Roberts, H Muehrinq, R. Nagel, Miss Strassman, G. Smith. 102: How 1: V. G unde, L. lfliano, S. Liberty, M. Timm, E. Endler M. Rosckowski, L. Andc. Row 2: D. Zinn, R. Zaluska, I. Iohn- son, G. Reed, I. Hartiq, A. Pedersen. Row 3: M. Olson, B Cottinqham, D. Getz, I. Malley, W. Nitschke, I. Moneqato, G, Mielke. Row 4: I. Rutcwski, R. Krus, G. Anqelaccio, I. Krus, K. Sallmon, F. Fuchs, li. Schoolcraft, D. Harrington. Row 5: B. Hamann, B. Radeck, I. Nelson, I. Dudek, R. Amato, E. Satinover, B, Sube, T. Mikol. 103: Row l: E. Cecchin, M. Papaderos, P. McNulty, G. Polarok, A Schmidt, L. Morrison, A. Shipilo, C. Hughes. Row 2: M. Pinnelli G. Riqoni, M. A. Addalia, I. Elander, K. Morondo, B. Havelin V. Bond, G. Hammer. Row 3: P. York, A. Stephanidis, M Williams, I. Moberq, P. Gordon, L. Motzer, M. Ganql, Row 4 P. Maier, W. Armistead, W. Musnicki, E. Buzinski, R. Rearnsen R. Lombardi, R. Provenza, I. Kuczma. Row 5: D. Chabei, A Betley, H. Ellis, L. Evans, R. Spirko, R. Helnbold, I. Forhirk C. Pedersen, M. Hopkins. 101: Row 1: R. Iarmaez, P. Calderone, M. Hultin, P. Woicieckowski M. Young, M. Corbett, A. Speechley, A, Seubert, M, Peterson How 2: N. Nelles, C. Younqnickel, M, Maas, L. Levy, R, Maaad I. ldestrom, I. Giootveld, W. Revak. Row 3: M, Schaeffer, C Rothermel, A. Caccavari, I. Kraft, C. Montecalvo, H. White M, Nielsen, C. Spitek, S. Mihoievich. Row 4: S, Kudela, H Pelzer, E. Plozer, R. Kaas, L. Albrecht, R. Kierns, M. Mehan, S. Tavitian. Row 5: Miss Kilburn, C. Franke, D. Berqamin, D. Shepard, N. Alwender, I. Kennedy, I. Winters, T. Bowles. 108: Row 1: D. Duncan, A. rlstep, L. Edwards, R. Csollovits, I. Kil bert, I. Shoemaker, L. Katano, N. Staikos. Row 2: M. Brenner. D. Anderson, I. Kresch, A. Clausen, C. Iarzernbski, I. Brandon, L. Meyer, R. May. Row 3: G. Kuhns, P. Greqorzek, I. Carsello, F. Fassell, V, Stieb, D. Thorson, R. Eineke, R. Schroeder. Row 4: V. Burns, L. Meisinqer, S. Serio, I. Kalinowski, L. Kurka, D. Kaas, I. Rossi, C. Sanzone. Row 5: P. Cappucio, I. Keas, T. Dyson, R. Pans, R. Kohut, V. Bondici, W. Rine, R. Kaliszewski. 105: Row 1: B. Andrzijewski, R. lrkfitz, M. Knudsen, M. Seaman R. Schaefer, C. Christensen, L. Chlopek, A. Reynolds. Row 2: lf. Falkenstein, M. Fisk, L. Tannhauser, H. Dittmer, L. Wilson I. Enaleit, L. Gratz. Row 3: I. Bialek, G. Winkel, D. Arndt, P. Baird, M. Cucka, M. Sealone, T. Strudeman, I. Siebeck RCW 4: D. Kralt, I. Kuhn, R. Brown, P. Barker, I. Spooner, L Korn. Row 5: Miss O'Brion, E. Gundersen, R. Boschelli, A Tcrracina, VJ. Goiqcr, R. Spatafora, F. Lobe, D. Bieschke, C. Livermore. 107: Row 1: H. Wiesetcke, I. Opaqer. D. Creqer, A. Conoboy, L. Rottmueller, E. Gash, M. I-Ietzel, I. Sanzone. Row 2: N. Bodo, M. Schenk, S. Schoeternacker, N. Conoboy, I. Schultz, H. Skie, R. Iohnasen, P. Rocksastle. Row 3: I. Lortie, B. Miller, C. Goldsmith, C. Rirnnac, G. Bosh, P. Hollond, G. Polzak, C. Wytrykus, W. Steskae. Row 4: R. Chlopek, M. Sproveare, E. Hodowanic, R. Messersi, L. Stastny, D. Roeinq, F. Mattioli, M. Diebold. Row 5: R. Schirnon, B. Peters, E. Poran, I. Lexau, A. Buzritt, D.Ko2il, Miss lfosso, D.Klenski, P.Hayes, R.Christonson. 105: Row 1: R. Sottepani, V. Duda, E. Burnier, I. Seldon, M, I. Gimino, D. Witt, D. Rogers, A. Holman. Row 2. A. Bettarelli, P. Ponzo, G. Giese, N. Ferqelec, S. Anderson, I. Hempel, G Stermer. Row 3: E. Stromsdortee, I. Tobolik, I. Schulist, R Yiasllo, S. Wichezt, E. Lake, T. Varouxkis, I. Silvio, l. Holmes Row 4: E. Groe, W. Nawrocki, K. Rasmussen, I. Clancy, R Sprinklinq, A. Litrenta, L. La Paqlia, R. Schubert. Row 5: E Evoy, B. Smith, A. Stritzel, I. Moorison, V. Rizzo, R. Wardzala 112: Row 1: D. Anqaroll, D. Saia, C. Cox, C. Ohnstein, A. Krause. Row 2: I. Neville, B. Brenner, P. McLaughlin, M. Iacobson, I. Cantwell, A. Herbert, M. Kubian. Row 3: G. Siwe, L. Holden, F. Galvin, R. Niedezmeyer, M. Vick, S. leronima, P. Trawinski, l'. Kozeluh, L. Mader. Row 4: H. Wanner, R. Modjeski, A Porfirio, D. Furlin, R. Kulin, I. Wehlau, D. Iohnson, D. Krueger R. Mohyde. Row 5: D. Garber, R. Iacobsori, T. Pechous, E. Zaqorski, R, Henricks, R. Buchwritz, D. Emond, R. Kalas. 110: Row 1: L. Swiderski, B. Storto, G. VVard, A. Gorski, I. Boyd, I Minnich, S. Cleqhorn, R. Burkey, I. Giancola. Row 2: C. Wagner, I. Spikings, C. Graham, I. Berry, D. Lass, E. Kvozka C. Groneman, T. Billinqo. Row 3: L. Erickson, G. Krecker, B Kotars, R. Sala, R. Hanley, R. Spircoff, I. Lesner. Row 4: R. Biondo, T. Daly, F. Ublasi, R. Nagy, R. Labus, C. Clifqard, I Hartmann, I. Iacobs. Row 5: L. Hiqley, D. Sauter, O. Kleiber R. Partels, R, Andrews, Miss Thorsscn, G. Gerome, E. Venuti ll. Deqonhardt. Ill: Row 1: S. Anderson, C. Kraus, I. Iohnson, M. Lunsford, L. Mack Row 2: D. Wenta, C. Peterson, M. Wiencelc, B. Slenkman, A Botlce, C. Hallinan, B. Shields. Row 3: G. Belirendt, G. Robai dek, S. Eiqenhauser, E. Swiatkowslci, E. Zelcnder, I. Meadow Croft, M. Mathison, M. Wermich, P. Beiswenqer. Row 4: E l-lackerner, I. Satavo, V. Conetzkey, D. Lucas, I. Hedstroni, H Kurzawski, I. Halloran, A. Heinemon. Row 5: A. Hall, G Iahnlce, R. Harlin, D. MacDuff, S. Spikinqs. R. Fdrian, I. Kroll E. Kennedy, I. Hale, G. Dorn, P. Morris. 109: Row 1: I. Eide, B. Leahy, B. Carlsen, M. Haupert, F. Chiparo P. Dowling, B. Stramaqlia, M. Kmet, D. Discianno. How 2: B Koons, A. Erilcser, l, Gaus, B. Shalla, P. Buck, G. Medthun, G Selof, A. Schmuck, E. Vossel. Row 3: A. Brown, G. Geis, l. Tiinlcaus, M. Fabian, C. Kolb, O. Tessaro, R. Day. Row 4: R Dudek, I. Giannini, E. Musland, I. Kalinowski, B. Burgess, R Klicker, D. Klenske, E. Hain, I, Dorsen. Row 5: P. Hansen Miss Serhler, V. Carsello, A. Colombo, R. Solka, R. Anderson R. Witte, A. Carlson, A. Kitzman. 153: Row 1: A. Priest, B. Fado, A. Niqro. Row 2: P. Osborn, N. Klullitkrsmi, li. lmoitaiitl, S. Kcitiqo, C. Ollei, lf. Nticllrzi. How 3: I. Flammanq, B. Edwards, O. Genuk, M. Ozzello, S. Kalakis, I. Olsen, B. Ao ts, Row 4: E. Shabez, M. Dati, W. Dorweiler, li. Rcscli, W. Arlt, l-l. Oversen, M. Bosworth. Row 5: K. Stron- c7ek, L. Persiiifz, W. Meyer, D. Kulpinski, R. Liska, R. Turner. 151: Row 1: S. Yuunq, C. Bailey, S. Naliabedian, L. Iohnson. Row 2: A. Westerberq, D. Oddsen, I. Campo, N. McCartney, P. Graczyk A. Conville, F. Okrzesik. Row 3: A. Battaqlia, H, Paetow, E. Sukowslci, L. Sitka, I. Zapatlca, M. Madock, C. Runqe, D Rrackcr. Row 4: M. Corso, H. Gross, H. Boscutti, E. Munk, K Skoff, L. Vxfendler, R. Cla lc, B. Lenz. Row 5: G. Allan, I. Sistak F. Kazele, I. Brizzolara, F. Cattelino, G. Lindqron, F. Di Salvo, R. Kosinski, D. Wieblcinq. 152: Row 1: L. Clarnor, V. Lambert, R. Sponlioltz, C. Emma, P. MfTCfI111l7lIlllKjI,?, How 2: R. Haninier, O. Counilian, F. l'l111111'11Gl berq, A. Carlsen, L. Gunther, C. Schneider, P. Lauter. Row 3: M. Meyer, T. Donati, A. Andren, M. Birikee, G. Von Laven, I. Sorensen, A. Olsen, H. Taucher, I. Viqqiano. Row 4: A. Watanabe, M. Funk, I. Pickett, D. Drake, M. Permanian, R. Lechrler, E. Le Von, R. Tbiede, A. Nilsen, F. Niedermeyer. Row 5: W. Dallmen, R. Medley, R. Dzieman, F. Wilbelms, E. Foleys, R. Santoro, B. Blackmore, F. Iobnsen, S. Lloyd. 113: ROW 1: I. Skagen, I. McManis, A. Wenger, C1. Moretti, D Kissel. Row 2: B. Bone, I. Koziarz, B. Leqones, I. Krenek, D. Appelhans, G. Kuras, M. Lindskooq. How 3: M. Ouiqley, A Tumolo, E. Victorson, I. Moscinski, M. Kelton, S. Penoski, I Resaq, D. Hallas. Row 4: K. Carlin, D. Noelte, I. Pauls, I Busch, R. Brinkman, G. Reschke, L, Streich, W. Muzyka, R Potempa. Row 5: A. Domine. D. Hermestrolf, L. Marinio, R Hriat, B. Tranter, D. Robertson, I. Pariqborn, L. McGrath, R Iohnson, Mrs. Haas, R. Lizon, I. Thomson. 157: How 1: E. Baglian B, Armistead, M. Hudock. Row 2: E. Burnier I. Musgrave, V. Houdek, C. Grebari, L. Sand, N. Conrad Row 3: B. Anderson, N. Walker, N. Austerrnuehle, A. Bellini B. Sclruhrke, I. Yeisley, M. Kruto, E. Barabash, R. Kutzmer M. Teich. Row 4: R. Sarley, H. Tarragano, M. Kroyer, I. Mc' Guire, I. Suerth, A. White, R. Borchardt, D. Epilano, D. Burger D. Geiger, A, Anaerson, I. Zumpano, A. Schmidt, F. D'Ascenzo R. Bartel, C. Marte-novich, I. Kujala. 155: How 1: C. De Mazco, T. Nathansen, Z. Rugg, G. Iasko, S Sicuro. Row 2: G, Springer, I. Remus, I. Guetlich, S. Larson, G Krawczak, C. Ielke, A. Tarpinian, A. Deprezio. Row 3: I. Sten seng, N. Spann, R. McAbee, P. Kidd, P. Fox, V. Kasman, P Scharfe, T. Ramicone. Row 4: R. Peacock, A. Pidwell, D Schroeder, W. Scthruber, W. Hollensteiner, V. Minerva, R Slezak, D. Rogers, P. Iohnson, H. Pauly. Row 5: C. Frenzel R. Lange, P. McCabe, E. Peter, B. Muzyk, Miss Bujewski. 156: Row 1: L. Stuart, H. Thomason, B. Sayre, P. Meyers. Row 2: B. Meetz, B. Casperson, M. Iohnson, L. Renner, G. Kroeker, V. Doyle, B. Hansen. Row 3: M. Mortis, D. Rusterberg, I. Norlinq, A. Gooding, M. Scarpelli, D. Koller, I. Tyszko. Row 4: H. Stamos, O. Dowmanian, B. Poierier, P. Kruse, E. Koziol, I. De Leonardi, I. Liberio, R. Klenske, R. Sanders. Row 5: I. Doti, R. Schwed, L. Savaiano, R. Clot, A. Huskie, C. Lindahl, R. Coni- qlio, R. Schmidt. 154: Row 1: S. Kruchow, I. Martin, P. De Vries, L. Stokes. Row 2: C. Kryzak, M. Ottenbacher, A. Pagliardini, L. Anderson, R. Bresson, I. Malherek, E. Loerzal. Row 3: I. Icnsen, V. Brorns, S. Sikorsk, O. Homon, C. Purnell, E, G.anath, K. Byrne, A. Karneck. Row 4: W. Karp, G. Messinger, C. Marx, W. Roses, R. Franz, F. Hardt, R. Olzawka, T, Fricano, I. Vartebedian, Miss Ornstein. Row 5: C. Fabian, D. Wennerstrom, I. Sundene, R. Chmura, R. Balaza, A. Banach, R. Forsgren, R. Woszny, D. Rosenberg. 4.5: A 2 W iz!-IE f ' 'A A 222, 'Er' ji ':' --z-fn? "" -t 55::f2:f'3I W wi, -Q xx MMWFW -s -:-ve-1. f -712 S if fs it ,+. x ,gf Mr f r if ,g Ip f f sg 'S L 4 K 5 V519 ,V W 5 Gi' by , A mg x Mr' 54 ,yzw 5 X 3 . .. A 5 A 5 ix -K F gf wg? pg 5 ' r if ., 'P' -E 2.51: T' --:f':'f" " - L- F2 "2f .. gf-f" I! tim 'Fiji :E Q vb My 2 s 9 5 Z ii Q5 '! :X 23 1 ,L QI .S 545 gf if 233 7fze Saplzamaae lzad a holiday, Wfilf: plawl of lun and laacld of play, Bal llnuylcld of llne mafnaw Jlnaok laid Jelialrl, Haul full llne pam Safzfm in an awful pliafzlf 404 la! llae micl-yeah. leild aafuluecl Sa Loofu and ink aefzlaced llze 201: 202' Row 1: C.. Lewandowski, C. Dennler, R. Sonti, V. Guskey. Row 1: M. Iay, I. Zayiv, I, Byrne, G. Ranlexr, B. Pelxztn, Row 2 Row 2: R. Meyelsl E' Knapp' Rv Andelsonl It Niwlim Row 3: G. Andersen, R. Cullen, A. Sindelar, F. Kos. Row 3: ll B Host B Schmidt R Dmweiler I Phillip Schroeder, I. Sabds, W. Klish, A. lusin. Row 4: l.. Guzniuytlk 203: Row 1: I. Scopes, A. Andersen, T. Fontana, L. Hurrlbeutel, C. Harrison, B. Dybu. How 2: B. Rowe, U. Treu, F. Aloisio, I. Isa' dore, P. Kennedy, L. Laslcy, H. Westman. Row 3: P. Waters, I.. Thomas, S. Iehnke, G. Brcud, F, Klakowicz, I. Vaiquit, C. Michalalc, Fl. Murphy. Row 4: H. Frandsen, N. Valin, F. Ode- qard, M. Burqgrof, R. Iames. Row 5: R. Zdeb, I. Goldsmith Miss Lyons, Mrs. Frey, M. Otto, I. Rdmpola. Mtss Foley, M. Blazej, R, B.il1n1, F. Kolllnreyur. 204: HOW 1: li. Spu.lin, A. Thellold, lf. Wieqelxnan, ll. Novtxlu. Row 2: I. Helnruth, H. lillllxqer, C. Nestman, A. Matiasek, li, Noqtrn M, Bevan. Raw 3: B. Lcmurenzaito, I. Anderson, I. Forsyth, ll Duckhcrn, B. Christensen, M. Bruns, P. Robson, I. Kohl. Row 4 I. Michal, R, Buchweitz, E. Schulze, R, Masterson, l. Kowalski E. Bernos, A. Lcibundquth. Row 5: D, SllOCII'xl, R, Schulz, A Arendt, R. Kowalewski, G. Iohnson. 208: Row 1: E. Leineweber, A. Palrni, I. Oldlian. Row 2: R. Sclrrrirdt, C. Szczeblowski, D. Pieririe, D. Borowy, D. Masse, I. Castro. Row 3: M. Boudreau, V. Packer, A. De Hey, M. Gord, D. Pierce, M. Tellschow, G. Clrylewski. Row 4: N. lversorr, D. Sackrison, E. Syversen, M. Vasko, S. Lovendalil, D. Foley, W. Babe, I. Di Tardi. Row 5: B. Kozlovich, G. Lorenz, G. Steinhardt, R. Olson, W. Meissner, E. Trier, F. Fitzgerald. 206: Row l: B. Iebsen, G. Hornewer, C. Melau, L. Downs, D. Renda, I. Flesch. Row 2: S. Schwerdtner, A. Hennig, I. Kwa- sigroch, M, Colombo, I. Christiansen, A. Di Vito, I. Cump. Row 3: I. Wallace, N. Cook, R. Keyes, E. Hacker, M. Hilstrom, D. Halminiak, L. Barred. Row 4: E. Scliillmoeller, S. Caldrone, K. Berolzheimer, R. Tengberq, N. Vivona, I. Pastorino, R, Dolan. Row 5: P. Shannon, R. Wooley, K. Iohannsen, E. Fromm, Miss Ryan, E. Phebus, I. Gawlick, N. Bedna.czyk. 207: How 1: M. Henry, L, Lansing, M. Runge, R. Roost-r, I, Cilrlrrrski. Row 2: E. Fecliner, D. Trasatti, F. Kotrlr, W. lirodd, M. Arrigo, H. Goerqen, I. Crrisanti. Row 3: D. Fendt, R. Palace, L. Chill, E. Lutter, C. Henning, R. D'Alessandro, C. Ianis. How 4: N. Houston, R. Bailey, H. Miller, M. Carnasta, C. Misura, D. Harrington, E. Kaloustian. How 5: I. Stastny, E. Vegeais, R. Clark, E. Purcell, L. Rusnok, V. Raldi, I. Becliard. 205: Row 1: S. Christensen. H. Cherne, I. Keiier, P. Netzel, H. Vere mis, S. O'Brien. Row 2: D. Hastings, I. Lautli, A. Silla, M. Dixon P. Griffith, L. Wittenberg, R. Bigoness. Row 3: E. Milas, D Kalinsky, D. Kloc, E. Smith, L. Walker, I. Klis, I. Dorn. How 4 L. Romagnano, O. Anderson, D. Iankowski, H. Miller, I. Zieker R. Faust. Row 5: E. Krebs, I. Contorti, V. Spilotro, W. Bowler I. Mall, L. Muno. 213: Row 1: I. Hinnlqeiltol How 2: P. Del Principe, M. Van Geertiuy, B. Feldinan. Row 3: M. Marsh, N. Caiiolt, S. Tracy, I. Dale, M. Kruse, Row 4: I.. Kopjae, M. Waqner, E. Orsalil, E. Frontzak C. Pankiewicz, E. Feqe, I. Wenger. Row 5: V. Scazdina, S. Gili beito, I. Damico, A. Nicolai, I. Ricci, L. Davidson, N. Denn stedt, B. Thyfault. Row 6: T. Lesinski, R. Clark, I. De Pietro Mi. Chmdester, C. Chase, D. Mussay, R. Urtek, M. Lanqe. 210: How 1: A. Hayes, E. Lichtwarlc, B. Kaeseberq. Row 2: B. Walsh, E. Sheridan, D. Thomas, E. Sarama, R. Piccinci. How 3: I. Meyer, G. Smollce, D. Garbazski, N. Laird, D. Morris, L. Peter- sen, M. Roos. Row 4: L. Rocchi, A. Krischke, M. Liszeo, R. Moehle, I. Owens, M. Winkler. M. Woodbury, M. Heimberqer. Row 5: E. Kranc, D. Taqliere, I. Leahy, H. Pilcaar, D. Spitzock, V. Sacchetti, A. Zurawslci, I. Klebek. Row B: I. Sarina, G. Blanas, T. Lonqobarclo, E. Harlin, R. Schubbe, R. Galitz, A. De Salvo, E. La son, M. Matzuka. C. Stein, S. Hodges, K. Musial, W. Kraus, R. Lackowski. Row 7: 211: Row 1: L. MQt11OIl, E. Mm'Di1tt, I. Itoinf, D. Wusvlitf. Row 2 F. Antonson, I. Siqnoiile, L. Gitzvtiiinutti, R. K:-ll: i, S. lhiwt-is I. Porter. Row 3: A. Cantwell, C. Rolts, F. Puteistn. Ll. Perry B. Lundahl, D. Galliotti, R. Draao, P. Allan. Row 4: R. Cai penter, I. Irvin, D. Feiistel, R. Sovon, P. lnteidanato, R Sweeney, S. Bonomo, C. Pahl. How 5: R. Hoenina. G. Hans E. Henninqs, B. Lorenz, H. Tonnosscn. I. Salvo, V. Rriztvls. 209: Row 1: S. Thompson, I. Blaha, L. Yousko. Row Z: M. Qultk C. Kacheris, S. Bendiq, B. Schultz M. Burqdoit, F. Hermannsen Row 3: L. Wright, I. Iohnson, M. Thytault, M. Klatta, I. Gtsen, R. Pretorius, C. Crissey. Row 4: D. Lidstroin, I. Shater, D. Boyd, A. Hiertstedt. D, Hultberq, R. Bracco, R. Pete sen, D. Brunk. Row 5: Mr. Havlicelc, L. Netteistrcrn, C. Snow, R. Selzer, I. Arnoder, R. Anderson. u A -4 ' Fflv is f Ja 1 WV ,, F new LQ 5? 3 , x:. , 3 3 Iwi J R T f f Q E 5 54 iv, 5, k , . xf, - 4 Ea Q A Q-., it yn E' I if if A f 1 Vi f H ff? MY. rl f ,. 7 f' ,X , - , A 45,45 gig' '? M gf A 4 1 'M 'TN Ii' 3' 5 'f bl - fx 'ffl G!!! i'A f Q? i . Q it q vH Wk Q Mya! Yi .g, J 1 wig, in Q W, S 5. 1 ff Q-f' 'w 'www J WM xi, 2' hz in tb Qrasifv F- X f 'v' 'X 3 2 fi Q N' X .,- S, .- f 1 s AG xg sn' Q . t Ng' Q 1 X 5' fr Q2 5- . 6,f,..,, -lik Q' N 4 if an if ,M Xi 31 if My S is? is. ff? 2 ,4 zmzfda., walt fun gm azz Wan 48: ffm: fmm Aemd me mu, each lo an Wm: 4044, amz, 11,611 wzmf G va, UW fa fm mmf, GJ ioafzd ann! waak ffzeae wad no ffzangfzf, Bn! al: wha! fffanday manning daongfsl! it I' llinglmd 304: Row 1: S. Peiincriiiun, S. Perinuniqn, D. McicDonuld, A. Bcrtor. Row 2: l.. Gullicksoii B. Mueller, V. Struqulo, L. Kjeldsen, Pt. Rode, N. Hortinoii. How 3: H Marino, D. Gust, A. Tresselt V. Belccrster, H. Rucliuriski, G. Stellrnoch, B. l-lorqcin, I. Lcrsie wicz, D. Pinn. Row 4: A, Biuqgeniuiin, M. Ze.none, I. Ketch mark, M. Ciolino, N. lfleniiksen, I. Ptcrtfendort, R. Kuhlmonn S. Coiiracl, l.. Blliiislci, W. Bronnll. Raw 5: R. Toduro, N. Buterci D. Suniniertield, I. Sloan, R. Williciins, F. Kolinski, D. Anderson U lslwuids. Row 6: lf. Bryn, C. Ecvilcxcquu, R, Di Tomniasc 301: f' 303: Row 1: H. Hcillincxn, E. Tiiuiitol, R. Biuntl. Row 2: l.. Kielnisr, E. Funk, M, Rage, P. Anderson, D. Ritis, M. Motykiewicz. Row 3: G, Green, R. Springer, I.. Adonis, l. Glusirici, V. Hisik, G. C-icrlion, L. Grenipke, M. Frisendulil. Row 4: I. Muieski, A. Hurcckiewicz, D. Robuidek, ll. Nyqren, L. Oliluiitler, A. Hesse, M. Folon, P. Derbyshire, M. And.icino. Row 5: R. Kolilliuus, C. Bevilmcqucx, W. Fisher, H. Aland, B. Szyrnczyk, E. Eckert. I, Mattie. Row 6: D, Bucliwaitz, R. Merquin, B. Svliinitit H Cinel, Mrs. Yourq. Row 1: H. Iohnson, Cv. Boer, K. Paul, I. Pelliccione. Row 2: C. Bevilcxcquo, B. Cypliclc, B. Krcrhn, N. Pucholski, N. Wilkozek, F. Noock, Row 3: V. Serqot, C. Hillstrom, A. Massolle, H, De Srnidt, I. Schmidt, W. Saunders, I. Olsen, R. Besseier. How 4: V. Kurnin, C. Kcsprzyk, H. Rix, T. Kowulczyk, R. Tiritelli, C, Mcxnos, D. Wiebort. How 5: R. Volpe, C. Koniszewski, C. Culwus, I. Morris, P. Pteil. 309: Row 1: G. Corrado, D. Duncan, R. Anderson, D. Teinpleinan, M, lbsen. Row 2: B. Niedernieyer, U. Esposito, I. Rispante, C. Marzen, P. Maday, B. Kluch, I. Friede. Row 3: B. Teriacina, D, Santoqrossi, D. Allan, M. Baztell, I. Kloss, M. Cortez, D. Hodo- wanic, P. Olsen, E. Priest. How 4: B. Trestrail, G. Graves, E. Bosworth, B. Hensel, Pt. Williams, I. Oliveto, W. Stolz. Row 5: Miss Iacobek, C. MacGee, R. Glazowslci, I. Bromitead, B. Dernnicki, D. Mazukelli. 307: Row 1: I. Holt, W. Van Tuyl, N. Costa, B. Piisvold, I. Anderson, I. Portman. Row 2: R. Simonian, D. Hildebrand, T. Iablonski M. Bilka, G. De Grazia, S. Neubauer, S. Berndt, B. Veskauk Row 3: L. Byloff, I. Brentano, Miss Stavers, C. Laqerholm R. Eck, E. Gualano, B. Gallagher, H. Iohnson. Row 4: E. Sloan B. Godlewslci, D. Bartosch, G. Kukla, R. Beqner, K. Ahlstedt H. Boll, A. Martin, T. Wrona. Row 5: C. Matusiak, I. Muller, E. Frank, G. Scholz, E. Reedstrom. 308: Rcw 1: I. Buoti, H. Mayer, I. Neidhart. Row 2: I. Cerniqlia, R. Iones, D. Radewaten, P. Wulst, I. Anderson. How 3: A. Gord, L. Gruslinq, I. Bochte, I. Warkenthien, S, Henriksen, B. Skinder, Y. Finnemore. Row 4: I. Moeller, A. Kallin, I. Blumer, D. Potempa, R. Lauer, W. Odean, T. Berry, L. Tellschow. Row 5: E. Smuda, B. Sajdera, D. Leschmann, G, Noehre, G. Patter- son, R. Casati, I. Tambuzino. 305: Row 1: M. Arendt, I. Catalan. Row 2: B. Ebel, D. Pomorin, E. Rylcinski, R. Kandler, S. Gehlert. Row 3: R. Andersen, E. Streder, M. Hedges, G. Urban, C. Beyer, P. Anderson, T Michalak, D. Turner. Row 4: M. Bressan, L. Iohnson, S. Travers N. Lueth, M. Kulczyk, D. Brenny, R. Szczepanik, D. Platt, R Snell. Row 5: G. Kezios, E. Heineman, D. Shuldes, R. Klein D. Nelson, I. Craig, B. Szewczyk, B. Allen, N. Hjaltelin, B Litawa, Miss Andrews. 314: Row 1: I. Picerno, l. Van Der Fliot, A. Sadowski, V, Rizzo, I Raia, M. Kostuck, A. Remus, B. Christopher. How 2: M. Parsons C. Biel, A. Lambert, H. Hacker, H. Piccinini, S. Ziemer, A. Iohnson, R. Case, L. Textor, M. Matthews. Row 3: L. Schilling, M. Fiksdal, E, Rhino, M. Pratt, E. Remke, D. Mittricker, L, Glsen, I. Thoss, F. Stieb, R. Nowak. Row 4: R. Andersen, S. Holms, K. Ahlstedt, L. Keller, L. French, E. Nozlinq, C. Bohn G. Limo, R. Inlin. Row 5: Mrs, Fausel, B. Stathen, R. Miller, lf Iolnmnri. 312: Row 1: M. Etterwind, H. Katzbeck, M. Calliori, M. Borqstrom Row 2: L. Scholle, I. Dautel, S. Sobczak, M. Coppola, I. Frisk A. Kolany. Row 3: D. Schoneboom, E. Schmidt, A. Ianke, L Zalent, B. Krescli, R. Schenk, D. Hochbaum, R. Herring, P Slitka. Row 4: R, Mallin, A. Kmiecik, I. Losacco, L. Hempel R. Ziekert, I. Di Puma, R. Miller, C. Darken. Row 5: D. Kruse D. Schmidt, H. Riarnesen, E. Moeller, Miss Dierks, R. Schildt R Trumbull, I. Rossow 313: How 1: I. llc' Viore. R. Olszewski, M. lfrienliotm. Row 2: I Rlackowski, D. Newlon, D. Hay, F. Ehlers, G. Roberts. Row 3 P. Morrison, D. Lo Sasso, D. Paradiso, I. Huhers, M. Tavitian E. Baldassin, l. Kelle. Row 4: H. Stachura, N. Rodiqer, C B.uqqe-mann, I. Ludrnan, B. Meadowcrolt, R. Hollaluauah, N Neilsen, I. Whatkens. Row 5: D. Synwolt, C. Kotars, R. Wnlilei E. Ferraro, R. Field, A. Thiede, C. Siers, E. Rionias. Row 6 R. Erirkson, A. Warner, K. Kasman, T. Szarek. 311: Row 1: D. Hinderer, I. Grimm, D. Di Stasio. Row 2: R. Lock Wood, F. Zurek, R. Giancola, M. Curtis, D. Kalorniris. Row 3 G. Kalny, G. Allen, M. Fletcher, D. Daley, E. Kennedy, D Gundersen, I. Malkiewicz, S, Snyder. How 4: P. Grider, H Schrope, L. Fallcnor, M. Strider, A. Teirh, R. Ziealer, I. Ronelli N. Dziedzicf, N. Ballack, I. Mackintosh. Row 5: N. Conielli, R Rasmussen, I. Horvath, V. Bevan, R. Karaliik, M. Valin, I Rerqe, R. Melqaard, I. Grossman, E. Zyluuza, Miss Collrpy. ,,i..,.......--?,,. 319: How 1: D Galnska, B. Maiazzn, Y. Guerra, D. Dyrdd. L. Hdnnl ton. Row 2: P. Burqason, D. Iahnke, S. Heck, E. Tolderlund, R. Federiqhi, S. Volk. Row 3: B. Hass, F. Wallen, L. Fross, D. Martin, L. Hahn, M. Shea, M. Hill, N. Kreltinq. Row 4: T. Mahoney, H. Krupa, B. Lelrtoy, I. Mascdella, L. Cascarano, l. Mascarella, A. DiVito. Row 5: Miss Grant, R. Ecker, R. Wilson, W. Puiiow, W. Philippa. 317: How l: M. Casello, S. Spielman, D. Donald, B. Sobieszczyk, M. Mercurio. Row 2: R. Zawiski, C. Walter, L. Zeller, I. Walte- made, l. Gerhard, M. Bards, N. Kelly. Row 3: E. Burrick. S Anderson, D. Hansen, M. Regan, C. Iohnson, R. Frontzdk, M Burandt, D. Schmidt. Row 4: R. VGnVooren, H. Schwartz, D Shibley, M. Smith, l. Crudele, E. Hanson, C. Nielsen, W.Wienert. Row 5: Miss O'Connor, D. Kaljian, D. Blair, B. Whittaker, G. Prischinq, E. Tranter, R. Ristau, S. Wisniewski, W. Lutz, K lensen. 318: Row l: l. Aqnello, P. McDcnnell, L. Lawler. Row 2: D. Graves, D. Dasciliner, lj. llietiiuh, I. Lvvin, M. Mnuns, ll. lfliitwtiiis. How 3: S. Planzer, B. Schuham, S. loyrte, H. Castleberry, C. Stankiewicz, F. Ornichinslci, M. Bcmsz, N. Stavoe. Row 4: K. Plantz, H. Gaydn, G. Frank, D. Cottaxo, R. Foellrner, D. Lowe, L. Ballota, D. Neitzel, T. Epitanio. Row 5: Mr. Rnziclca, T. Cal vin, B. Wiqqftn, I. Blunlca. W. Coeper, G. Russell, R. Selloq, I. Bayuk. 315: Row 1: I. Gilihertn, M. Chrlstnian, P. Moqqe, D. Reniluevki Row 2: E. Marcelletti, I. Hendry, S. Saalfrank, S. Spousta, L Chapman, V. Wenqler, I. Theisen. Row 3: M. Stevenson, L Hanke, L. Srott, l. Danloe, W. Erinati, N. DeMichele, I. Bailey D. Disney. Row 4: C. Sell, D. Tansor, E. Barry, A. Beckman B. Schmuck, W. Wiese, R. Paulsen, H. lones, I. Lieske. Row 5 R. Malmgren, W. Straessle, I. Connery, E. Olsen, I. Wielqus, D Huelkef D. Prokup, Miss Pace-lli. 355: Row 1: G. Tostorc, D. Slrrador, R. Pormanian. Row 2: I. Leiber L. Prodoelil, E. Scarpelli, D. Erotherton, A. Montecalvo. Row 3 l., Boyaiian, M. Roztrriski, D. Carpino, G. Durinski, A. Cola virivenzo, N. Naliabsrdiari. Row 4: A. Allamian, R. Ruhlin, I Hlondow, I. Godoo, A. Baclirnan, Z. Iopa, M. Mazzucchelli. Bow 5: W. MacDrrtl, W. Martin, W. Ritchey, I. Tossaro, G Vllmrvor, V. Grisfbto, Ft. Mrrlrh, lf. Castollan. 353: How l: G. Fiozda, A. Shanske, A. Wieqand, S. Garlinq, E Srhleokarrf, P. Minster. Row 2: N. Salat, C. Nelson, I. Richards L. Mahlor, N. Klein. Row 3: B. Whitney, D. Parsons, D. Hansen S. Drolior, B. Bauer. Row 4: H. Dutzi, G. Haefner, N. Edwards Ff. Vooks, L. Ziomrnk. Row 5: I. Farley, I. Wallman, I. Hoffmann G. Zimmermann, H. Stenzel, I. Pieirobon. 354: How I: G. Hazqaitrs, ll. Antoriolli, M. liweiitvlivr, ll. Mrrrrrrwllr li. Pearson. Row 2: L. Padar, L. Spoorier, I. Htrrrsclr, I. lrrrirlr-t I. Rinqlund. Row 3: E. Frrlliorst, P. Grvaory, B. Hcrssvtt, ll. Parrlv V. Frrrlari, N. Trrrpirircrri, Row 4: I-I. Hcrnrtwl ll. Ftrtw-aitltr, ll lvlaivliszak, I. Wviexr, R. A7Zatru, H. Millar, I. Grrrrxrlw. 352: Row l: I. Fink, B. Lmiskr, C. Osberq, G. Brady, D. Swrmvryn ski, I. Iolrnson, M. Mrrsctaro. How 2: D. Vrivka P, Nodv, I Sanger, A. Saporito, L. Younqren, C. Laridini, A. Laflaqlitr Row 3: G. Moclica, R. Donovan, A. Moors, C. Maaaor, I Unruh, L. Merker. Row 5: T. Smith, I, Gianni, l. Gooraon, A Gallo, G. Stefian, A. Reinscli. Row B: F. Hudock, L. Bastian, H Szczepanik. Miss Cahill. H. Brrrmeister, B, Sommer. 360: Row 1: G. Maqnalichi, D. Iohnson, N. Burkhardt, l. Dobbeck. Row 2: F. Ruggio, H. White, l. DeBoer, G. lohnson, P. Iensen, M. I. Griffin. Row 3: D. Christoffersen, I. Halvorsen, M. Robinson, L. Henson, I. Noren, S. Marwedel, l. Wright, L. Attolino. Row 4: R. Kemp, R. Conrad, I. Knaalc, V. Scalise. D. Hartunq, C. Schwenn, B. Nieft, B. Westlund. Row 5: H. Walitschek, R. Murphy, R. Russell, l... Andzen, D. Klank, R. Kennedy, R. Fbcrlc, B. Sherman, I. Nisson, Miss Herbert. 357: Row 1: G. Falzone, L. Niro, H. Guth, M. Weihsmantel. Row 2: S. Swanson, D. Kusinski, S. Litrenta, E. Petersen, T. Garber. Row 3: H. Seeliq, P. Dolson, L. Ofteclahl, L. Prozanslci, M. Sounhein, N. Siqle, M. Basso. Row 4: G. Swanson, L. Thomason, W. Melfi, R. Koch, M. Shippy, l. Srnallwood, B. McEvoy. Row 5: L. Chisiiansen, R. Schlueter, C. Voiqht, H. Wienecke, B. Beckman, R. Koepke, B. Briney, R. Darre. 359: Row 1: L. Tarbox, R. Ricci, P. Tellefsen, H. Riedel, E. Shoboz Row 2: M. Sotirakopulos, R. Hoeme, C. Votipka, B. Souers, H. Zubritzky, D. Korn. Row 3: D. Burns, H. Saurmann, D. Anger- hofer, B. Stenqren, A. Anderson, D. Amundson, N. Fucciolo. Row 4: I. Roemrnelt, R. Ewerlinq, B. Rogers, D. Sadowski, R. Neder, I. Ancona, R. Radomslci. Row 5: W. Thorsen, R. Cunniff, R. Catenazzo, D. Kokoruz, Mrs. Arrnitaqo. 355: Row 1: V. Hellstrom, C. Chrisiopherson, M. Verba, V. Becker Row 2: E. Colombo, M. Richter, D. Thiel, E. Cecchin, B Schaffer, G. Gross. Row 3: G. Pedersen, C. Palumbo, A Ruschke, F. Sabala, D. Sladek, A. Lippi, D. Larson. Row 4 R. Barile, C. Cepas, A. Wolkey, K. lebelian, R. Busse, L Schultz, S. Tyler. Row 5: W. Tylski, L. Mason, G. Cartor, K Biqoness, B. Morris, G. Nicholson. xflfpl Aa l li All 4 L4"!l4Ar!!. fl . QF' AGM. freaafl Jef ' Id mama, up fa ,, , ad W, swim wezz.m.e.f War, 4.44 4,44 .Wi ,.,1m :Wd A., a Act ,yur Mm Wa yazw., wuaouz Q wwf. WM newau deg the eww! canned e4f.z1,,fz.,....,.,,,y.,..,.z.,,., menqmawm gee ' .,h- Zflilii N 'ls- .. ,.k1 Yi ,Q iff 3 Q - Q. Qi 'iv Q vy 5 FM - W , x .Q AF, ZWA A, ,a X ,V ,B ,www N . 'Q 1? i wa X 15 f 2' Q gg wif, T WV wh? A wXxA f as A X., K -X vi f g f 'fix KC' Qx ,., gk F5 25, '5 Q' 'if Su. V X 'an 1' xx V , q . ig. ,K . . S l QE! 37, Ah X Q 1 nil vi? q 'IRT' i'Y W ' X 'f-' Nw m ,W m-f ' . it I W' fn , . rf , Y Q2 M , . N, W Y gin f1w.,,.Wh jhku igg , ww. M ln, in I ... 5, QS' M W 3 g ef A551-Z""f 'Mi W E' 2? x 5 L if 18 X , Q V ,xii A .. M 'A ggi. I 1 :jg H ,, fa6 A if gd ,gr 1 Vi f x .ag KX' ., is I keg fl lg fy f 'vig 5 W :if . 'l , Wm Q.. ' gl W in ,Y . Q E 1 if Em ' 1 'M gf? f 35' 'Sr his 75 A . ,ps Ka f M Ad , Y 419: Row I: D. Robbins, I. Mitchell, I. Moloney. Row 2: N. Weck, C. Morse, A. Hclrriiiqtoii, G. Schiro, W. Siemoririel, H. Lambert. Row 3: G. Mericolii, M. llcikei, I. Mciityii, P. Svlierer, C. Tiritilli, M. Stenberq, I. Piper, E. De Loet. Row 4: R. Levcm, D. Felz, L. Quortetti, P. Bridwell, ll. Bortelsmeier, V. McComb. B. Nicolas, M. Bechmclri. Row 5: I. Fcirwiq, Miss l-lczley, M. Carlson, I. Bullock, N. Rososco, C. Collins, I. Bennett, R. Iozeiowicz, I-l. Pfxdqitt, I. Kulomiris, B. Pccini. 415: Row 1: S. Tootooirm, I. McB:ide, D. l-lodeler, C, D1Leomcrd1, G. Andersen, E. Kopustkcx, L. Kciwclec. Row 2: S. Iohnson, E. Kocol, C. Brusenbcrch, A. Serbicki, L. Hoftl, D. Keene. Row 3: L. Thorsori, C. Sutton, B. Swiontek, B. Volcmt, E. Iohrisori, D. Geiger. Row 4: A. Brand, D. Schillenberqer, B, Thommes, I. Sloan, H. Rodman. Row 5: Miss We-over, E. Kumprowslci. B Liszeo, B. Perzcm. Not Pictured: G. Kledzik, R. Wiles, B. Snow. 418: Row 1: I. Forest, I.. Cho les, I. Elozek. Row 2: li. Spircott, M. Neville, M. Iohiisori, A. Korlowictz, M. Klein, G. Clausen. Row 3: Fl. Sorre, l.. I-liiltqren, N. Vifilsoii, A. Stritzel, F. Iohii son, M. Fisher. Row 4: l.. Leavitt, E. Mytyc-li, H. Slioicipcitu, A. Pcmczcxk, D. Bciliriski, P. Knippori, R. Deqor, T. Dfvqer. Row 5: Mrs. Gulbrcmdseri, D. Blcxydes, E. Hintz, R. Murphy, M. Rohit, I. Scheck, W. Schubert, R. Spitzer. 413: Row 1: M. Boqlicxri, C. Schaefer, L. Strqub, M. Auqozirio, CT Hamm, L. Willis, L. Druss. Row 2: D. Boro, G. Filipowski, R Polidori, R. Yousko, G. Meier, E. Perry, I. Strcmqes. Row 3: R. Hozicm, R. Mcrrdeqcm, I. Sompou, D. Bcirtsch, R. Bailey Row 4: E. Iohnsori, T. Lczisy, C. Puskcirz, R. Young, D. Whaley A. Foss. 453: Row 1: E. Schneider, R. Troesken, A. Menatti, A. Ierliia Row 2: C. Picciuca, G. Hansen, S. Prim, F. Larson, G. Heicltke l. Mallciewicz. Row 3: E. Hammer, M. Finlayson, D. Stennfeld L. Mattliiessen, N. Ambrosine, M. Maka, C. Keyes, A. Grote Row 4: L. Lundqren, P. Sicura, G. lvaska, D. Braid, R. Eich siaedl, A. Nelson, A. Hasselman. Row 5: Miss P. Sullivan H. Wilk, D, Kuinro, K. Mohrman, L. Malinwoski, H. Berolz lieiiner, R. Tune. 451: Row 1: D. Kaisa, M. Hansen, M. Kanizavelos. Row 2: I. Knoll, N. Brown, M. Messina, I. Dickover, H. Fiorito, S. Iensen. Row 3: I. Habel, I. Wiaaen, L. Iensen, M. Keske, M. Darr, I. Krzton, M. Gabriel, I. Flindt. Row 4: I. Maxwell, C. Martin, V. Nelson, R. Roto, T. Galuska, D. Fischer, O. Holmberq. Row 5: R. Eck- liard1, H. Wakitscli, D. Aniundsen, N. Ericksen. 452: How 1: P. Donieniuo, L, Thai, L. Grinei. Row 2: ll. Glcwicz, C. Nasti, D. Olliqer, M. Mielko, A. Maaq. Row 3: I. Halloran, A. Giaqi, I. Owen, L. Heiderireicli, V. Prestlvr, E. liwerl, Lf. Cunirninq, I. Zinkol. Row 4: ll. Halni, W. Beevialt, P. l'aliy, W. Trernper, l. Iasinski, H. Hanneniann, O. Heideinarin. ROW 5: M. Parks, I. Mallieiek, li. Biinbanni, I, Hiqqins, Miss Utziq. 420: How I: A. Shyston, I. Favia, B. Laughlin, I. Mace, S. Sonnenian, R. Froberq, M. Kearns. Row 2: D. Sellas, M. Hadasevicli, M La Voy, I. Slavoe, G. Held, I. Tennne. Row 3: F. Hive, D, La Mont, L. Kissarie, B. Schaefer, D. Gruber, B. Lindquist, L. Lucia. How 4: L. Hoffmann, C. Lelz, G. Kasson, F. Mosetick, H. Paul, A. Enqlehardt. Row 5: I. Scanlan, E. Schouneinan, Miss C. Roy, Fl. Maxwell, E. Mark, G. McDermott, C. Rae. 458: Row 1: M. Sasso, V. Taylor. Row 2: M. Ranallo, G. Sherwin, l. Colavincenzo, I. Fontana. Row 3: I. Enqwall, L. Taylor, I. Reindl, D. Kolar, M. Pivcrrci, M. Wenqler. Row 4: D. Ohman. B. Norris, B. Biowski, D. Maehr, G. Papp, L. Iohnson, P. Rizzo, C. Chapman. Row 5: P. Kissane, K. Schultz, R. Sanders, B. Muczynski, Pt. Ziemer, Mr. Richmond, C. Arneson, E. Sereda. 455: Rcw 1: D, Schulz, T. Schmidt, G. Addalia. Row 2: M. Otten- bacher, D. Frankenberq, B. Bresnahan, M. Schroeder, R. Aromi, M. Quilico, V. Ahlqrim. Row 3: F. McMurray, R. Vernon I. Bobzin, L. Behnlce, B. Gertsen, E. Seefeldt, T. Wolz, B Mitchell. Row 4: B. Seaborq, B. Roeinq, B. Novak, G. Allen L. Iohnson, G. Olszowka. Row 5: Mrs. Zwiclcy, M. Gaus, H. Kulisch, M. Boock, L. Sundquist. 456: Row 1: Z. Kachiqian, M. Bubino, C. Pinelli, V. Fuhman, B. Christensen. Row 2: M. Mellca, E. Mozonq, C. Tavitian, A. Brylas, E. Dobis, A. Mdefsch. Row 3: W. Peterson, G. Ian- kowski, M, Helqren, B. Bensner, B. Rebscher, K. Alstrorn, C. Stern. Row 4: W. Iedliclc, B. Leahy, L. Ianda, B. Goraf jewski, G. Pick, D. Horst. Row 5: A. Olson, Mr. Brarnkarnp, L. Wronke, A. Launhardt, B. Iohnson, B. Leiber. 454: Row 1: V. Petretti, D. Minerva, I. Klassen. Row 2: I. Iorpe land, H. Paloian, M. Iahnke, L. Strai, L Prouty, C. Henrich Row 3: I. Selclon, L. Scharek, R. Mitchell, A. Favia, C. Logan G. Martinus, I. Pontone, L. Eve-nsen. Row 4: G. Nelson E. Reininqer, L. Iaacks, B. Thielmann, E. Bayer, I. Lawcewicz D. Delnick. Row 5: Miss Gruener, L. Stomper, I. Brandvik G. Mosby, B. Berqquist. sm Bmw!! 7.2401 on ,ff nzawz fwmf Everyone is well acquainted with the Sayre care oi the overflow membership ot the main building. Many and varied activities go on here: they specialize in Music and Dramatics and their Art is also a leader. Drives of all kinds are conducted in the school but the money obtained is counted in with their mother school, Steinmetz. A fine friendly spirit prevails and this same spirit is brought along by the pupils that are transferred to the main building. Mr. McBride is in charge ot atiairs at the Branch. Row 1: Williani McBride, head teacher Margaret Evans fleltl Lawreric Haridschu Lucy Hainbecker, James Madigan, llettl Ella Prouty Row 2 Elisabeth Sorensen Wilbur Wright Cleitj No! photographed: Mary E Carmody Marie B ugqer Carl G Welin f . 5' 5 H A M -f ii i ' 5 if V x i X WN f 0 l M.,.ua,.1..v...14, ,I ,1.,i.m. we--4. 5 uni rv ,,- fft.',t,f Daily school routine is in- terrupted by club activities which serve as an outlet for pupils' talents and hobbies. e an naman ge: ,an em, sw nh, .eww AW aw, s Mm CONCERT BAND Mr. lvan Feldman conducts the Concert Band at Steinrnetz. His aim is to have the band work well together as a unit in producing good marches, symf phonies, and overtures. The band received an "E" rating in the contest and they are proud of the mark. They are on hand for assemblies, and they often perform tor various community activities. Several of them have been given special awards tor their work. Row 1: C. Blomquist, M. Greao, li Veremis, L. Ziomek, A. Kalenian, l. Walz, l. Farwig, B. Schaefer. Row 2: L. Falknor, M. Tabraham, I. Pader, G. Weaver', M. lohnson, B, Volant, M. Boras, A. Sadowslci, l. Mackintosh, B. Kandler, L. Henson, B. Meetz, D. Gast. How 3: R. Hilstrom, S. Ziemer, I. lohnson, l. Stensenq, S. Kudela, M. Otto, W. Van Tuyl, D. Mazukelli, E. Schleehaut, A. Barrett, I. Kalomiris, G. Tidst and, L. Druss, A. lohnson, H. Schrope, M. lohnson, W. Barker, l. lasinski, D. Korso, R. lacobson, E. Purcell. Row 4. back: l. Musgrave, B. Dietrich, D. Shuldes, B. Eck, P.. Sarley, B. Fedezighi, E. Falkenstein, G. Stellmach, G. Kroeker, R. Schune, B. Sktha, D, Froehbrodt. X Row 1: L. Diuss, G. Tidstland, I. Kaloniiiis, I. Owen, H. Zeinier, H, Meyer A. Barrett, E. Schleehauf, C, Weiberq, N. Hjeltelin, D. Mazukelli, E. Bracke M. Otto, W. Van Tuyl. Row 2: B. Muscynski, G. Nelson, P. Paul, I. Mall V. Becker, S. Knekow, A. Fuller, A. Sadowski, A. Iaroski, B. Staikus, A Iolinson, H. Shrope, M. Iohnson, W. Barker, W. Tanner, R. Iacobsen, I. Sloan R, Birnbaum, I. Heneman, R. Colontonio. Row 3: B. Peterson, E. Eckert O, Edwards, D. Lesclinian, N. Edwards, R. May, R. Lalitusso, I. Mackintosh W. Barker, D. Schmidt, C. lvins, A. Re-insch, R. Olson, B. Young, H. Sarlee D, Schuldes, B. Eck, R. Schmuck, G. Krell, B. Pettilkow, I. Iasinski, D. Kozso C. Blomquist, Row 4: tldiqhtl K. Kasman, W. Tylski, I. Nicolin, Pt. Anderson Standing: B. Skiba, B. Bergquist, E. Poran, P. Shannon, A. Hasselman D. Froebrodt, F. Muszynski, A. Moore. swzszw sap -' mm ' SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Mr. Willard Groom is responsible for the fine work produced by these young people that you see before you. Several years ago this organization con' sisted of a niere handful of eager pupils but with patience and fortitude on the part of its enthusiastic sponsor, it has grown to be one of the most popular and well equipped groups in the school. They are all music lovers and therefore need no coaxing when they are asked to share their talent for others' entertainment. They are on hand on all important occasions. We 'ZZ f, Qmzywwfzzuaw- JUNIOR CHOIR Miss Farr and her busy songstresses present annually the profound and dignified Armis tice Day Assembly. ln addition to that they always have some good selections tucked away tor emergency programs. These girls are proud ot the lovely tea that they hold tor their mothers each year. This year the club had a special treat when Margaret Farr Wilson, well known musician and sister ot Miss Farr, gave a recital at Steinmetz. Upper Picture: Row 1: R. Terracina, L. Borchelt, R, Anderson, I. Ruoti, L Muhr, M. Mercurio, B. Sobieszcz lc B. Christopher. Row 2: D, lohnson, S, Litrenta, L. Kielmar, C. Di Leonardi, M. P'l M. Mitchell, E, Baldare. Row 3: G. Filipowski, N. Cost l. Muzik, M. Kostuck, V, W ,A ,. . Y V ich, B. Palazzo, C. Brons, a, S. Saaltrank, I. Stettensen E Much engler, M. Casello. Row 4: B Kluch S Counihan, F. Ehlers, l, Kelly D Turr , . a, I. Raimondi, . , , Henriksen, M. Stevenson, L. Schilling, , . ter, H. Sanichas, L. Harrison. Lower picture: Row 1: D. Rohn, L. lensen, l. Flindt, I. Blankenineister, B. Rarnagnano, C. Antonson, E. Dobis, M. Pivarci, T. Bengtson. Row 2: G. Tapp, I, Ketchmarlc, M. Tavitian, E. Niedermeyer, E. Rhino, B, Horgan, R. Frontzak, M. Kohler, B. Hasselhezger, Miss Farr, Row 3: L, lohnson, D. Sackrison, R. Paule, M, Quilico, D. Stennfeld, R. Vernon, A. Barcal, D. Clouston, L. Hartmann, B, Parks. Row 4: D. Hansen, l. Martyn, S. Planzer, L. Lucia, I. Ptattendorf, A, Bessa, P. Weber, E. Hammer, S. Dreher. OFFICERS-S. Saaltiank CLibrarianl, C. Antonson CSe:,D, E. Rhino CLihrarianD, R. Paule IV. Presb, S. Dreher tSocu Chair.l, L. Harrison tTreas.l, N. Costa iLibrarianl, l. Counihan CPres.J .9 Simba am! 021044474 az' Ski Row 1: P. Morris D. Epstein, N. Fucciolo, E. Oauist, A. l-lineman, W Ceiafr R Litama C Durn I. Pastorino, R. Sprinkling, A. Broseghini, E. Groo. Row 2: ll. Ga aqliei l Lyni M Boswirti R. Bailey, D. Nolan, if-l. O'Brien, K. Alstrszn, R. Zielcert, E. Woodside M L axxnk D P tampa Gumma. Row 3: C. Chapman, F. Pcnzc, B. Harnmann, G. lcliansen F a ii V Frguiin Thiede, H. lones, E. Castellan, L. Green, C. lclinson. Row 4: li VVc d L it M. Lanqe, H. Anderson, F. Bava, L. Hoffmann, G. Taylor, M. Ottaviano L No o l Ciovanelli l Bresekhini. Row 5: A. Schroeder, R. Roeing, VV. Schuster, R. Teuber K Bra ss E Q ia C Mason, l. Rossow, F. Scarpelli, A. Launhardt, P. lozetcwicz, Ft. Fenkon R w S lt' R1 ha Mes Kilqour, S. Fiducci, B. Bolir, R. Volpc, G. Schulz l, Bullock, G. Man a D. Disney, l. Nero. BOYS' CHOIR H23 Skidoon was their general pass word at the Fall Festival Did you see these boys carrying their handle-bar mustaches and shaving mugs t O'hearn's barber shop on that night oi nights where the twenty tive cent shave and hair-cut were administered under the spell ot the strains oi the popular music of the gay nineties? Yes -sir, these lads surely sliclced thorn up that night. Getting down to their serious side, the boys knuckled down to business and put on their annual "Tea Ball" tor their mothers lts no wonder that these Teeners won an "E" rating in the sectional contest You can listen long and hard and you'll not hear a crow in this group of song birds and we all know that Miss Ruth Kilgour is iust the leader to prepare them for the highest perch. if, J ,M 957' Y a M 5 w S 1 si ?'E"js. 53 Q K R .-zz. X k ,.,YxN1Q A X X .A Jn W.- ,A 1 A, KW ,AMW -af .. , if ir"""'Q fgwmr x Qs! gags? is is s 'W N. QQWQX s 5... r - gg , MQ' fi wi' 1, ff' Cam iiw ll-R+ New Whme 7afenl' fd Sfzawn ancf fqfzp ' Row 1: Il. Knudlpx, I. Mnlfmfly M. I.f1V'Iy, M. Grlluu. U. Tmtllll. Row 2: I.. I'fIIlCIl"l, I. lxflvulyu. ll. lwlmflw M. I. Rebel, G. Iernrxqcm, I7. Tllbmns. Row 3: I. lvlusqmvv, lf. Sl NIM, I.. Yuuskw, I. Mllviwll. Lf Nwlsvu, I firhleghoul, I. Kwflsffqmfh, Mr. Groom. Il. Imonclrcl. How 4: ll. MQM7 II. I.m1rN1, V. KVI. N.'f'I' ull II. Iuwwu Il I. Mullwrck, I.. Flcmnqcm, I. VVYIGIU. I.. I-Iwrbst, N. Cook V. llwvkfxr, VI". Ullman, II. I.1?'1wl1 I'. Hwy, N. Hfwsfx. IW. Schmidt, A. Llppi. R. Arzdersfan. P. Sclworer, I. I4-hrlsml. Row l: I. Aqnello, L. Gullicflcsou. M. PPSFC. II. Mnypr. Row 2: lf. I-Iflllllll, G. Sfffllumvlw, I. Illlllllllll, If Vwx, ll Fmrdo, KIT. Chapman, V. Grlsptm, N, Kelly. Row 3: I.. QEIUVFIHPIO C. llcbvllmi I. Mu71k If Kurvs If Ivuzs, M Zfmonn, B. Kmsrh, I.. Pumrilcs, H. Cqsllebmry, I. Bmsvqluui, M1541 Kllcmut, I.. Mnlllw, lf CNl1I"f'SllC, I. I'l1wlft 'I' Notlwmswn. Row 4: A. PCmC2r1k,T. HQICI, R. HOQIUQ, A. Srllrrwclfx, IW. IXfI.1711lcr1ll1, If Mylyvil PM lm. I lwvrmro, IJ. Hoffmann, I'. Rfxvrx, F. Fnrnnstrx, R. Kolxlm, M. Wefqrzyn, Il. Nolml. MUSIC APPRECIATION Young folks who emoy ruuslc even lhouqll they may not play CT 'IIIIJICTII msfrumfnl cm lnvlled into this cluld Mr. Grimm rrcwlces arrcxuneruefuts Io lmvf '.'.1r1oIxs lypefs ol pw VTTCTIVS lor themg mm? take TxIC"ffP an school Cmd Ollwrs .uc Ilslrl .lllff .lull iw lmvuf. mud clwurclfles. TALENT CLUB Que ol the uewssl clubs qu Sieixuuelz is Ill? Talent Clulx Il ls unrllp.-slxl .Il pupil.: wlm. Iwve speclul ubilily III Qclluq, QICIIICIIILJ, slrlqlllg, YIIIISICV CIIIIIIKIIIUS .Ir .mv lurm olfs Tlm uuqhl be used in p1oqr.1t11s ig! illff scllrul. Miss Rulll Iillaroul' as tllf sp vase: or 'Ins .ful ,xl I'-.. ei I sk I 7 .. 7fzey Make Me lay ca .flliffe Idgfnlea GIRLS' CHOIR We're the merry song birds lOO is our nest, Willard does the Grooming, And we pour out our best. Low notes, hiah notes, ln accents soft and sweet, That's the Way We like to sinq, When together we do meet. Upper Picture: Row 1: I. Flesch, A. Estep, I. Dobbeclc, L. Lansing, B. Field, S. Spielrnan, L. Yousko, L. Wriqht, D. Thomas, C. Melau, C. Harrison. Row 2: Ft. Marino, G. Smolke, I. Laudet, P. Maqqe, C. Tibbetts, S. Bouillon, R. Lawrence, S. Anderson, M. Kruse, S. Bradford, A. Henniq, C. Burneister, A. Tresselt. Row 3: I. Friede, G. Sieve, G. Ierneqan, E. Brettner, Ft. Boyajian, B. Iepsen, M. Moens, N. Stavoe, M. Marcello, G. Brady, I. Shafer, N. McCartney, D. Hochf baum. Row 4: Ft. Herrina, l. Forsyth, D. Podkulski, A. Stritzel, D. Paiae, M. Rebel, G. Stellmach, P. Colfax, P. Kennedy, S. Volk, M. Dixon, A. Iasinski, Z. Iopa, l. Malherek, B. lohnson. Row 5: L. Kopjoe, E. Folderlund, M. Stenberq, D. Dechou, P. Traivinski, D. Boyd, I. Tyszko, D. Christotfersen, H. Frye, D. Martin, L. Hahn, I. Lasiewicz, L. Ohlander, B. Soiiers, I. Schiilist. FRESH-SOPH. CHOIR Miss Farr says that We probably are not headed tor stardom, but we all admit that we do like to sina, especially with her as our leader and accompanist. M. Woodbury. Lower picture: Row 1: I. Blaha C rone, S. Liberty, F. Antonson R otti, C. Kryzak, I. Borinq, R Har G. Coiinihan, P. McCclrnbridar Shabez, B. McQueen. Row 2 C F R. Matzner, E. Shipilo, A. Bonav Miss Farr, I. Bonavolant, G Wa E. Scarpelli, M. Cilio, F- Ke e Lauter. Row 3: N. Mar-:li C FI. Syversen, I. Meyer, A Tarp B. Bachar, E. Niederrneyer I Ye A. Diprizio, M. Biondo, C Delv Row 4: E. Cox, R. Schenk G G B. Edwards, M. Campbell B I L. Stjernbera, G. Perry, I ar Upper Picture: foreground: lunvlilviudt, A. lwlruuri, H. Sklb l'. liriiazky, l M-ill, ll. Mvyf l' lbkiiit. Row 2: H. Nur-k ll l' ' " ' .itil V. ltxruivi, lx lt!! Muirllfu, IW Swluriidt, lf Vwrn W Flrrikrr, ll llviirlquiszt we, Bw ancf ww z me gear of me .mm R.O.T.C. BAND Mr. Feldnian and his band aro an hand to keep the boys in firm and steady step as they march out for their inspection. Very often they accompany the football tearn and help to stir them on to victory. They are on deck when patriotic niusic is needed, during patriotic proqranis. CONCERT ORCHESTRA This choice qroup at young people meets regularly to practice pieces that are color- ful and inspirinq and ones that can he used tor proqranis during the school year, Mr. W. Graoni is in charqe ol the group. Lower Picture: Row 1: l. Padcr. F. Braun, N. Bode, f. Valiauet l. Laudet, A. Caccavar, M, Fevan, R, Kaliszewski. Row 2: B. Reuhs. L. Ziomek, Ft. Deqer, S. Holmes, Row 3: C Blamquist, L. Buzinski, l, Puhrovin, S. Zienier, l, Steuseria, .-X. Lippi G. Kroeker, L. Rusnak. 8 l' Siiiwttilli. How lt l.. lhuf: l Kirluluviil G. N-ilistui, ll fi "wi ll lkliivxyziillci, N. llflwilicl txrurri, l. liruirlzllzl C. Kwfl, fiil.1:itiiiv VR' 'l'yl:1ki. ll lm:-' iziiuin. K' lllwirifts, H l.-xRu:1: Row 3: fl. l'ulir i'-i k H. Yfwuu Il. ll'ui::'li M liiliiifwii l. Fzrrkwi li. Cllamri ll. illwvildv H. lick A l-rwski. How 4: am ffze Meaaq Sang, Ewell ani .f fa Sing VOICE CLASS Every Mondoy niorninq in room l28 les- sons in voice ore conducted hy Mrs. Holt Gross. Pupils ot Steinrnetz oire invited into this clcrss where protessionol instruction is qiven tor or very sinoll surn. Eoch rnernher receives personol otlention ond leorns the correct methods of voice work. The pupils who hove token the course rnust like it hecouse niony of them continue it from one sernester to onother. Eoch yeor CI voice contest is held and rnenihers ore permitted to enter it. Mrs. Gross would enjoy hcivinq you visit her and tolli over your voice prohlerns. Upper picture: Pianist: Fi. Nyqren. Row 1: E. Stieh, M, Keske, C. Mdfiqer, G. Krurn, N. Roclrnrlri, D. Boyd. Row 2: l. Prisk, D. Hochhoum, l. Stetterison, L. Herhst, '. Yfislry, L. Morrison, L. Schillinq M. Dixon, M. lcrhrzsciii. Center picture: Row 1: R. Tr-drrro Crit pirinril, F. Perry, A Cord C lelicc L. Kcrtorzo, D. Loss, I. lvioryvski i.1 L., , Row 2: H. Kluch, E. Tzslderlixnd, L. Hf3liiiiU!t, L. Hciiiv YY. Best M. Pratt, L. Schrrver, G. Grciripke, H. Lriiicr, N. tw,s117i4 wfki, l'. Wwiviifwtziwvski F, lrlriirafiii, M, lonrisoxi, F. Burriier. Bottom picture: R. Boyczjion, T. Morrison, l. Couiiihon Mrs. Gross, instructor. af in efafziilmad Garza!! awning Sang Eiacfi Spec! iye Row 1- D Leonard, A. Westerhera, L. Downs, Upper picture: . .. l. Portman, D. Oddsori R. Shields, C. Svhrieider, A. Mandala, C. Chic, l. Maieski. Row 2: l. Fontana, G. Riqoni, B. Smetters, L". Nestmari, Miss Ftilfivan. M. Walder, S. Silcorslci, l. Frisll. F. Stifh Row 3: F, KXl'7l'l9l' P. Mziqae, L. Ando, D. Noelto, M. Fiksfiorl lui. liliha, A. Crrivelle, R. Keyes, C. l.auer, l. Hfrne. Row 4: P. Meier, E. Oqiiist, I. Leahy. K. Ahlstedt. R. Grehasrii, G. Pr rriolahl, W. Kraus, P, Sauter, N. Valin. Lower picture: Row 1: C. Cribari, G. Krawczak, M. Oiiirk, A. Andersen, F. Felirnaii V. Struaala, E. Marrelletti, l.. Hum beutel. Hcw 2: F. Gkrzesilc, D. Garbaski, L. Pinkham, T. Nathanson, Miss Sullivan, M. Hedges, I. Bochte, L. Grill, P. Fifhson. Row 3: ll R"lTl?S?li YV. Ocierrri, R. Vlfilliams, F. Koliti ski, l.. Moro, R. Sclyei, H. Avderscn, B. l-lensel, H. Kunz. ' 77 Pedro. W. Holm, R. Galitz, K Row 4: M. Smith, E Miller, rer R Tnfiaro l. Phillips. Officers: Standing Ahlstedt. l. t yn il y, . L... . ' ' t. S6CfBd! Row 1: I. Frislc, F. Koliriski, pres., F. Smetters, piams hits. Mar., M. Heaes. Tieas. ROW 2: K. Altlstedt, V. Bartvsfli, Sect Pres., D. MIXED CHOIR Miss Sullivan and her happy hunch of warlolers are all dressed up and ready for an inv itation to enter- tam you with some ot their rapturous melodies. You e missed something it you havent heard them, or it you didnt get a qlimpse of them all dulced their black gowns as they sang the Christmas hay up in Carols so heautifully this past Christmas season. 7fzeq Zzicfcfle an glow ia pal' an a Shaw CHAMBER MUSIC AND WIND GROUPS These aay music levers wouldnt inind spending the entire school day tunina up and Taatina auf ineladies tar any occasion. They have unliniited talent and are aenerous with tt. Mr. Grdazn iniiated the Chamber Music and has been its sponscr. Mr. Feldman is in Charae at the Wind Groups and says that they are a hne bunch tc wcrlc with. Upper left picture: "Bar-Di-Mar Trio": lvl. lchtzson, D, Gguber, B. Schaeter. Center picture: Quintet 1: L. Zxcrnelf, l. Fader, Nl, Gre-ao, C. Blornquist, A. Kaleman. Upper right picture: Quintet 2: F. Veremis, R. Bou- snazd, l. Walz l, Farwia, B. Schuster, Center right picture: "Melody Trio": C. Blcrnquist, YN. Van Tuyl, A. Kalenian. Lower left picture: Saxophone Quartet: l.. Druss, l. Macintosh, R. La Russo, A. laroski. Lower center picture: Clarinet Quartet: L. Druss, G. Tidstiand l. Kalciniris, Pt, Moyer. Lower right picture: L. Druss, E, lDl"XStlCIlflGil, A. Barrett, W, Van Tuyl. 1 Q 7fzi4 page Z4 a. Siege of an rqclaaft Upper picture: Row 1: B. Reuhs, N. Fucciolo, G. Buhien, I. Andersen, M. Klein, M. Marcello, E Stonrich, Mrs, Haus. Row 2: B. Whitney, D. Lor- sorr, Fi, VVCIliiCUS. l. Olsen, E. Anderson, B. Ander- son, V. Prcstler. Row 3: M. Behnke, M. Finloysori Fiiwslci W. ".A y 'eiszr:rdr.n, C. Pritchord, O. Heide mon, N. Edwards. Row 4: VV, Mcrqnuson, W Thielrndnrz, l.. Evonsen, I. Brorrdvik, R. Muczyrislci D. Eruigi. Center picture: G, Bubien, I. Brondvik, O. Heide- zrrdizn, B. Reulis D. Broid. Officers: Lower left picture: Standing: C. Pritchard, Pres., R. Muczyfiski. Seated: B. Reuhs, l. Anderf sen F. Azzdoiscrr, l-l. Frye. Lower right picture: F. Arriers lkneelinql, D. Braid, Reuhs. GREEN CURTAIN PLAYERS The Chrisirnos ploy, "The Widow's Pliqhtw cmd the Sprinq production, "Miss Iimmyf' both directed by Mrs. Hoos, will he two ol the memory gems ol the yeor l94'!. The members of this club like to oct ond Stein- metz students enjoy wcrtchinq them. .fi 2 iv eacf "'7fze glad." ancf Shine a .filllffe lsaaiqfxfea Senior Reporters: Upper picture: At first typewriter: V. Prestler. At 2nd typewriter: A. Favia. Around lable: M. Pilch, D. Oiliger, M. Behnke, Z. Kachigan, I. Raimcndi, L. Green. Standing at left: B. Stadnik tSports writer, cartoonistt, E. Richa tStaft Photogra- pherl. Girl near desk: R. Biowski iOitice Managerl. Star Editors: Center left picture: Seated at desk: I. Pontone Editor-in-chiett. Standing near desk: Mrs. Borg, sponsor, W. Petersen Ccartoonistl. Around table: R. Callisch iPho- tographed, G. Popp CClub-news editorj, C. Logan CCo-news edttcrl, L. Kreuz CFeature editorl, M. Finlayson tMakeup editort, E. Cumming KCO-news editorl, R. Vernon tMakeup editorl, I. McBride CAss't editozl. Standing in background: C. Tavttian CGirls sportst, R. Wilk fSports editor-boysb, M. Quilico fGirls' sportsl. Reporters: Seated around table: B. Whitney, I. Studhalter, L. Hartmann, l. larva, H. White, M. Shea tSayre Newsl. At typewriter in front: Seated: N. Fucciolo. Standing: A. Weigand. Girls at right: G. Fiordo, C. Nelson. Girl at typewriter lbackl: I. Unruh. Girls in back oi table-reading: I. i-lillig, N. lohnscn, S. Swanson. THE STAR Oh! Oh! look out! here come those reporters again. They've been pounding on me all day getting the news out before deadlines. I'rn going to give you a scoop on the Staff, and l'm the one who knows, because everything comes through me. All titty members keep the Star modern. Old news and "corny" jokes are tabooed. Veterans with two semesters of journalism, a nose for news and a one finger typing technique make up the staff. Mrs. Borg super- vises the writers and Miss Feely holds the purse strings. It is always out on time. Ninety-seven percent of the student body read it. Upper picture: R. Stoqerwaltl, D Delriiulc, la. lalinson, ll Stinti qiossi, M. Suliaofer. Lett center picture: Seated : V, Bel- castyr, l. Lvahy. Standing: G. Menconi, D, Mazukelli, R. Eich' staedt. Right center picture: C. Ciissey, l, Fwin, R, Hansen, B. Nicolas, N. ltfslifwrxiiii. Staridiiia: C, Bohn. Lower left picture: l. tlluwi, S. l' uwi, l, Hciiiiitis. ,fm Lower right picture: l. Leahy, Miss Lantliiaan, M, llison, Editor. Eff Wilfz lfze 756 ' gap, Un WZM Me SILVER STREAK CLUB Flash went th , put down, We proofread and proofread our face in a frown, Our wrinkles were showing, our eyes were burnt out, 'Til we constantly greeted our friends with a shout, "The party, the party!" lt ripened at laste- l'll tell you were lucky our ar1n's in no cast. Out came the cake, and we started to qnaw, But instead of our teeth we needed a saw, The ice cream and cake disappeared as if by magic, The piano ranq forth until it was tragic, And now as you read this, you know we're all done Y It's been plenty of work and a lot more fu l I'1. e bulb, and the names were 71 - S MAI Hanna! 4611 aedliaal Maha iii fbeiul Fetks! Fcr CT tsrstrrrgr rerrzezribrcmce Di the First Fatt Festival, we present these prcrrrres takerr my :ur generous pheteqrgrpher, Mr. Sole-111, They tell the story rrr part, et the irrqhi. tt was C1 qirtcr everrtrrq tilted with trrrr Qrrd tood. All the Clubs and the P.T.A. contributed some tecrture. It was cr whtrtwtrrd ot errter tirrrrrrrerr.. .9 A K4 .' Q xg Raj gif '3' V, Exits? e' X ' RE 'S X .1 . ,QE ff M R f a in W' g ,ln V ,uvllifynwuv W. -1 'gm' new if V vw , f- -. Mn, , 'M M W 'V' ,p-vu.. ,Swim M 'HT' - fi MQW! -W M YW' iii -2, KL!! ' X, '.:Mw'i"AQ-4 ",wKyggg,,M., K 'QSM W ,L is ' ,,I'....g'W mm 41.5 A QM M if sf' ff: 'Q M n'g"W5':ia iw 8 .M A XC , N. 0 2 ,iii W wvsikv ,Q N" , .si s we g Z . A fl f VVN? -. .X 9'-iiifivs ff" .x3:,f. ' 5 55, 3. 2 k ' . : . - 'f' AXIS 31-,ug X - ex-5456 AAA. SS M X ,X Sefmice am! Jfcwcf Weak Reap 7264 Rewcmcf Row 1: B. Brodersen, L. Green, L. Harrison, A. Kalenian. Row 2: L. Willis, M. Klein, M, Ke-ske, M. Helgren, B. Christensen, T. Schmidt. Row 3: V. Petretti, M. Pivarci, E. Ewert, M. Iahnke, M. Melka. Row 4: A. Stritzel, C. Brusenbach, R. Biowski, A. Eauschke, M. Levandoski. Row 5: I. Raimondi, L. Kreuz, I. Habel, I. McBride, I. Colavincenzo. Row 1: R. Bouchard, W. Baker, G. Bubieii, W. Barker. Row 2: H. Padgitt, H. Schille nioeller, H. Paule, M. Garbarlc. Rcw 3: R. Spitzer, H. Svvilcard, M. Booclc, M. Parks, R. Wilk, I. Iasinski, T. Schulze, R. Pilcaar. Row 4: A. Hagstrom, M. Gaus, D. Delnick, D. Kurnro. Row 5: D. Nolte, B. Sfadnick, G. Moen, F, Folena. Row 1: D. Minerva, l. Kizton, G. Heidtlce, B. Schaefer, I. Pantone. Row 2: C. Di' Leonardi, C. Bier, C. Bedau, L. Andersen, D, Gruber, H. Frye. How 3: L. Lucia, H. Reine-l, I. Piper, C. Glasser. Row 4: D. Clouston, M. Beaucloin, A. Karlowicz, M. Sten- berg, C. Tiritilli, I. Mador. Row 5: I. Iarva, E. George. Row 5: N. Wilson, P. Lucas, L. Strat, E. Bartelsmeier. Row 7: I. Flindt, I. Widenrneyer, M. Maku, N. Arnbrosine, I, Ioipeland. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY This society is nation wide and every member deems it a much coveted honor to belong to it. lt stands for scholarship, service and leadership. Members must have an E averageg then their names are submitted to the teaching stati to determine their eligibility as tar as their service and general conduct is con- cerned. The induction ceremony is dignified and impressive, While the annual breakfast takes on a less serious air. Mrs. Zwicky and Miss Roy conduct the affairs ot the organization and recommend that more students aim to join its ranks. la ,flaw Qigawzfzkz Q'.!.,-410 ' Buddy met Buddy CIQCIU1t1'1CItL1HfOIC19ttCtb1Q htqht when Stetrmietz threw open its doors to dtt Ot its returned veterans irr cm all out celebration. Chalk up smother history making event for the good old "school in the west! ff .Qui 5' 9 Zelfa Spiaiia fialiana Upper picture: With accordion: A. Gallo With costume: A. Balzano. Row 1: I Sarina, B. Laurenzcino, L. Niro, M. Dati I. Scapes. Row 2: D. Corso, I. Oliveta chello, I. Persino, F. Ponzo. quiila, I. Perzan. alzmelud The ltalian Club is as old as Steinrnetz itseli. Mrs. Taqlia has been its sponsor from the start. Their outstanding activities have always been alona service lines. This year they had a Very successful booth at the Fall Festival. The girls brought colorful aprons and scarves, rnost of which were hand made: and the boys acted as salesmen to steer customers toward the booth. Within a short time all the articles were sold. Fifty-four dollars was turned over to Steinrnetz Treasure Chest. R. Dall' Assandro, R. DiTomasso, G. Falzone, F. Aloisio, U. Esposito, R. Pa: cini, E. Baldasson, N. Bizzotto, R. Cinel. Girls in rear: R. Terracini, S. Sicuro. Center picture: Row 1: M. Colombo, P. Pettenuzzo, D. Taqliere, L. Niqro, M. Cur- cio, M. Pesce. How 2: R. Polidori, Mrs. Taqlia, A. Monte-calvo, D. Marinelli, S. Strarnaqlia, M. Serio, R. Caruso, T. Zum- pano. Row 3: E. Scarpelli, L. Persino. A. Bonovalant, I. Bonovalant, I. Losacco, N. Comelli, H. Di Leonardi, T. Mona- Lower picture: Oiiicers: E. Baldi, E. Ar' 71 Q 0 4m 6-Hanan! Malia Ganluiule 74054 12' SCANDINAVIAN CLUB There are a great many pupils at Stein- metz who are of Scandinavian ancestry. For the past several years some of them have wanted to organize a club to learn something about the customs, traditions and culture of the Scandinavian peninsu- la. With this in mind a group called on Mr Thompson to ask him to act as sponsor. He was kind enough to accept, and a new :lub was born at Steinmetz. lt has drawn quite a crowd to its membership and the members expect to tind out a great deal about their forefathers. Jpper picture: Costume Girl: D. Oddsen. Row 1: M. bsen, S. Anderson, L. Ohlander, P. Olsen, K. Ahl atedt, G. Pedersen, H. Nyqren, I. Portman, C. Chris opherson. Row 2: C. Darken, B. Iohnson, K. All l tedt, I. Noren, R. Melqaard, tVicefPres.l N. Hialtelin, .. Thomason, S. Swanson, F. Pearson. :enter picture: Row 1: I. Olson, P. Anderson, Mr. H. A D. Thompson, V. Broms, C. Melau. How 2: W. Brodd, i. Eck, W. Holm, S. Lovendahl, D. Sackrison, I. tenseng. ottorn picture: On floor: D. Ohman, D. Christensen. ow I: C. Martin, CTreas.l, S. Hultcgien, R. Schune 5. Krum, L. Hartmann, L. Lundqren, L. Sundquist, D. undeil. Costume Girl: R. Westerberq. Row 2: S. kie, B. Zuhl, E. Enqdahl, A. Klavinski, H. Hjelkrem, I. lacobsen, E. Fenton, M. Oversen. How 3: H. Eck, . Knudscn, C. Logan, C. Antonson, l. Wiqgen, I4 abel, L. Iohnson, B. Lindquist. Row 4: W. Peterson, . Foss, G. Mosby, tSec.l, Fi. Benson, L. Pearson, res.l, R. Krausfeldt. '7fae1f 'ae rqfwaqfi Busty Makin? New M la Sauce EDELWEISS VEREIN Mernloers ol Edelweiss look torward to the Spring hop at which Lane hoys are their guests. Spring is romance time so beware, girls! Mrs. L. Fausel is the sponsor and a good chaperon. IUNIOR SERVICE CLUB A hevy ot young ladies turn on their charm as they take over the iob of selling tickets for various projects. Miss Collopy is their sponsor. Upper picture: Row 1: D. Hinderer, S. Saks, K. Mohrmann, N. Klein, E. Schleehaut, G. Tcrpp, W. Weiszrnann, N. Sicjle. Row Z: G. Gross, D. Kopfer, I. Dautel, P. Kluch, Hildebrand, D. Hadeler. H. Riedel. Row 3: C. Biel. B. lahnke, R. Biowslci, B. Hasselberger, K. Gartner, M. Richter, l. Richards. Row 4: Glatz, L K-elle, E. Hassett, E. Bauer, lvl. 'Winlclen N. Edwards, C. Schwenn, Mrs. L. Fausel, R. Bailey, W. Brehrne, H. Kctrlovitz, G. Kling, R. Matzner, L. Lmitenschlaqet, M. Vlfinlcler. Lower picture: Row 1: S. Spzelztian. f. Faia, D. fahnlce, L. lxlaiirit lSeC.l, l. Theisen tVice-Presb, A. ' 3' ea ' F' talan CPfes.l. Row 2: V. Braun, R. Marino, D. Garbarski, D. Cross, ' S. Berndt, D. Daley. Leprrre tTreas.l ltr. ehee., l. ea B. Hasselberqer, G. Tctpp, B. Parks, N. Lueth, L. Stjernberq, Miss Collopy, wwf, ike Upper riqhi piciure: Row 1: G, Proud ll. Klfzitfi, T. Iablanski, P, Kfzifl, A. Srnietoiria, P. Siintski. Row 2: l.. ilerlxai, P. Lo Sasso, A. Haiafkiewiffy N. l'C11f:'73'l:, D. Pedro, Vi. Kriiliilz fst::::.iiii:,:l, A, Maiiascli. OFFICERS DANCING GIRLS Lower right picture: lffylis P. Stvierczy Center picture: G, Olszti-wi-ca, Wiieerresl, L. Kurpias, fSec.l, lv. Unix, ll resf, M. Ezizitzi, lTi'af,is.l. V,Pi1da, A, Gxetiiri. Row 1: Pi, Vvlfxlk. M. Friiztli l.. Kxirrrizs, l.. XN'ifl:o:r". nrt, l.. Prriiislci, A. Trslci, L. Qwreztioxf. Row 2: ', Kms, Miss Foqfwzfrt 'f I-TlS1'f'V.'lifT, P. Fftrsxu POLISH CLUB Steinmetz can always depend upon the Polish club to conie to the front when any loiq project is loeinq conducted. At the Carnival last tall, the room woiildrrt hold the crowds that stormed the doors to get in to see the exotic Polish dances and sample the delicious Polish cookies which the mothers so aenerously donated. Miss Boqowicz quides their activities. 80 7427 Med fa 76,15 Uuefz auluae Upper picture: The letter P. irom lelt to right: I. Maloney, A. Thet tcrd, D. Daley, S. Bendig, I. Crimp, D. Revere, B. Koch, P. Szyrnczyk, S. Hartig. El, llonscl, B. Schlueter, V. McComb, I. Friede, A. Iasinski, R. Fleas, I.. Siemton. The letter A. from left to right: S. Spielman, I. Musgrave, A. Esayena, C. Ma: zen, E. Zubritzky, I. Mitchell, M. Weiss, V. Becker, I. Moreno, I. Muzilc, M. La Voy, P. Allan, B. Galitz. Lower picture: Row 1: B. Voida, W. Tanner. A. Hochstadter, Fl, Stastny, W. Vander Hayden, R. Sharapata, R. Rawlings. Row 2. ll. Tune, R. Catliscli, D. Whaley, W. Tylski. I. Nissen, W. Martin, I. Tessaro, B. Morris, ll. Hanson. How 3: G. Olszowka, V. Trela, L. Druss, I. Kaloniiris, G. Tid Strand, I. Rossow, D. Dclnick, W. Iedlick. B, Noder, D. Hartunq, B, Westlurid, E. Buqno. PAN AMERICAN CLUB The QYDSY spirit invaded this club during the Fall Festival when two ot its members tried their prophetic powers on dubious patrons who entered rather squeamishly into the spiritual chamber to bare their palms to the Qifpsy reader to hear the future. SIGMA QUAD CLUB- 'l'hey're just a bunch ot jolly boys anxious to get together with their sponsor, Mr. Downey, to talk over conditions in general, exchange ideas, contribute their support to all school projects and make themselves generally helpful about the premises. 'Wzeq .fel flfa Q Upper pidure: Row 1: M. Pmks, D. SwiQIC7y11slc1, F, Kmrlprcaw- nk: ll Horst, V. Allen, W. Vtfcrlces, l. lfrsimskl, R. Ricri, L. Tm lvwx, Row 2: H, Zulrl, l, Krzton, B. Mitclwll, M. Keske, M Hvlcrmr, R. Poluerq, B. VVf1rrl, B. Smetters. Row 3: G. Moen G. Knssou, C. Stern, l. Iolrcmsou. G, lcmlcowski, G. Klorlzllc How 4: H. Bowen, H. Pauls, D. Nolte W. Bcrylicm. Lcwer picture: Row 1: L. Zeller, M, Pfoillor tSvC.J, F. Felclmsr H. Solloq, tl3ros.l, R. Fopllmsr tTrQas.J, l. Bfryulc, tSqt. at Armsl. Haw 2: Mrs. Fcxusevl, M. Brtms. W. Neyer, W. Wiorrozt, l. Small wfrod, M, Campbell, F. S'lrullPr, O. Van Dm Vllvt, B, Klerkrrer, V, Fllimqer, M. Curtrs. Rcw 3: A. Krrschks, L. Wlttmrlwurq, R. Rrstfm, P. l-lollrlbmlctlr, l, Esker, D, l-lolmstrrm, G, Russell, F. Purrow V. Vtlfrrdt, G. Hufvf, L, Zfilmtt, L. Williamson, S. lwl'!ll7'XF. Q Zfncfefz COLLEGE ENTRANCE Smlverbrulrrded teverrers step aside from tlrer txtclrly wltrrl t' line up their credits for college. Miss lcrcolfek assists tlrem STEIN-VEHEINERS rrevsr tire Ol spreodirm Cheer and hm tw our beloved veterans at Vcxuqlm Hospital. Mrs. l,.yrlit1 Fciusfl is their inspircrtiorl. GMM of :dll Siyefi am! .Z ' ' fzeuaif SPANISH CLUB Upper left picture: Row 1: C. Marzen, G. Krall, A. La Paqlia. Row 2: I. I-le-lrnntli, M. Cortez, C. Ielke, G. Patempa, D, Rilis, ll. Gafiiami. SKETCH CLUB Lower left picture: Foreqround: I. Lieber. Row 1: L. Lautcn sclilaqer, I. Favia, D. Wesclilz, D. Re-mbefki. ROW 2: R. Gian fmlci H. Rartlianslci, B. Armisiead, D. Hildebrand, S. Travers, E. Kennedy, D. Haslinqs, G. Iarobsen, L. Kapiae. Row 3: D. Rartscli, C. Crissey, M. Reqan, D. Mittricker, H. Siqle, R. Clark, lf. Henning, I. Kissel, N. Sierilnerq. Row 4: I. Perry, H. Ralveck, T. Wraiia, T. Berry, R. Czarny, T. Fricano, Mr. Weaver, li. Farmland, D. Hockl, I. Blendow, M. Flalchei FIRE MARSHALS Upper right piciure: Row 1: L. Phillips, F. Nizialek, B. Barlol, F. Diakaki, R. Haeninq, M. Smith, I. Zarernbka, G. Sherwin. Row 2: W, Lenz, VV. Beecrafl, A, Martin, T. Rasmussen, D. Riikowski, E. Nocelc, Mr. Havlicek, L. Notierslrom. Row 3: M. Greqo, I. Amodeo, I. Connery, I. Goerqen, C. Renda, R. Tune S. Holmes, D. Bucliweitz. Row 4: H. Palaian, R. Schaenneman, P. Rizzo, E. Reininqer, N. Biitera, B. Rerqqiiisl, D. Huellco. Row 5: I. Hiqqins, O. Heidemann, D. Sadowslci, R. Inlin, D. Anderson, P. Ernstinq, A. Matanlcy. Ai side: H. Kiilisch, F. Hiniz, R. Conklin, I. Stastny, K. Srlnillz, F. Ralender, li. Hansen L. Muna, V. Trella. CLEAN UP Foreground: R. Conklin, I. Trvla, A. Earkmcxn. How 1: IT. Slin- bez, I. Ruoti, Miss Draqo, R. Brand, B. Elbel, M. Ottenbacher, D. Oddsen. How 2: A. Weslerberq, I. Flammana, I. Valiquel, I. Guetlicli, G. Mills, E. Niedermeyer, L. Mason, R, Niles. Row 3: A. Brand, C. McGee, H. Rcirolzheimer, B. Perzan, R Foley, I. Farley. Row 4: B. Miller, E. Hintz, I. Rodman, E Peter, F. Hempel, I. Flynn. JI Below ancf Refinement! 746006 Upper picture: foreground: M. Binke, B. Munch, D. Delnick. Row 1: H. Hill, L. Clamor, L. Downs, P. De Vries, M. Trieb, D. Muscari, S. Kaaqe. How 2: R. Hammer E. Schul- ler, N. Austermuehle, I. Olson, I. Humbeutel, S. Iensen, L. Anderson, P. Meyers. Row 3: I. Schmidt, E. Hacker, D. Duckhorn, I. Owens. Row 4: Mrs. Hege, P. McCambridge. R. Bressan, A. Paqliareini, C. Rolls, D. Podkulski, B. Howe, P. Waters, S. Ienke, M, Sheppard, O. Genuk, E. Barabash, M. Burqdort, D. Fischer, I. Seeqert, P. Del Principe, I. Palazzo. Lower picture: Foreqround: I. Nero, A. Schroeder, R. Basara, R. Roeing. Row 1: K. Berolzheimer, D. Rohn, M. Kopp, I. Counihan, C. Bailey, I. Old- ham. Row 2: R. Nolan, C. Chapman, R. Wood, E. Fromrn, S. Pytell, N. E icksen, T. Dietrich, W. Schuster, L. Giovanelli, H. Vinie. F. Scarpelli, G. Mason, H. Kluch, I. Cassin, D. t Schmidt. ETIQUETTE iMRS. HEGEI Do you know your P's and O's on etiquette? Well these "studes" wanted to know theirs, so they formed a club and asked Mrs. l-lege the answers. It they didn't know them in the beginning, they knew them at the end. The members took over the usherette iob at the Fall Festival and had an opportunity to show their training. A huge party climaxed the semesters meetings. QUARTET Here is a club o' clubs, one grand lamily who filled in their club periods with joyous laughter and song. During the Fall Festival they worked together with the Talent Club to put on the "Gay Nineties Revue," Clncidentally, it was very successfull. There are forty-two boys in the Quartet Club and only tour girls. Wouldn't you like to join the club, girls,? Hmmm? 84 Spawlffaaefut anfrqcliafzd inlffzeg ' Upper picture: Foreqround: A. Todaro, G. Pio da, V. Bjork. Row 1: R Sghwer- diner, S. Stuart, A. Conville, M. Hudock, D. Leonard, P. Oshorne, I. Horne, A. Hayes. Row 2: G. Stellmach, G. Von Laven, L. Kielma: S. Pokorni, l. Andere son, M. lbsen, B. Sayre, A. Lepore. Row 3: G. Blanas, C, Maager, R. Kutz- mer, A. Bessa, l. Sorensen, D. Hoy, C. Landini, W. Best. Standing: l. Mal- kiewicz, I. Nolan, E. Whitney, tSec.7, L. Lundgren, N. Salat, M, Bartell, F. Cox, B. Kresch, L. Mahler, B. Bockmcnn, R. Boyajian, D. Cross. Lower picture: At table: Mr. Ptiel. Row 1: H. Miller, N. Valin, V. Minerva, F. Noack, R. Ziekert, W. Nagy, L. Bas- tian, S. Bonomo, E. Hanson. Row 2: R. Miller, l. lclochhaurn, V. Karnin, R. Miller, ii. Kemteetiy, it. Glazuwski, R. Vishet, R Rozanski, D. Rutkowski, E. lohnson. Raw 3: B. Lorenz, R. Perzan, R. Dem- nicki, S. Holmes, H. Dunn, R. Faust, M. Lange, A. Noehrc, B. R. Lenz, B. Arczato, H. Sanders. Genial Mr. Pteil is just DRAMATICS iMRS. FREYl "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou?" The familiar Shakespearean lines can be heard from l22 on club days. Yes these Teeners display their talents in many Ways. Meetings every other week only allowed them a very short time in which to practice their diiier- ent committee projects, these being skits, pantomimes, and one-act plays. Mrs. Frey confesses having many a good time with these iuture actors i?l. SPORTS FAN CLUB the one to tell this young group of enthusiastic boys how to tee oif and what to do to roll up a good score on the howling alley. i-le's an expert at hoth and he even tackles fishing. 85 EW, Bw 0416065 Www 4' in we Pie K..--' Upper picture: At sink: T. Walsh, F. Huduck. Peelinq apple: W. Schuheit. Grating: l. Mackintosh. Mixing: R, Schueiz. Watching: R, Dcirre. Rolling: ID. Serif. Holding dish: W, Biiuey, R. La Russo, lrispecior. Slicing apple: Cusuii. Preparing pan: I. Scheck. Lower picture: Table 1: R. Williams, W. Odeon, E. Smudu, E. Zybuiu, Table 2: l.. Ccisvaioiio, G. Modich, B. Azzoto, L. Thomason, R. Scleiiqer, I, liubiuviu. At refrigerator: E. Phebus, I, Muscuzellu. At stove: I. Nicolin. BOYS' COOKING CLUB "Shoo-fly pie cmd apple pcm clowcly make your eyes light up cmd yuui stomach say 'howdy,"' when Miss Ryc1r1's boys tum to cooking. Girls, it surely looks as if this is CI mCm's World. They'Ve even usurped the kitchen. . . .. ...-.t.....wv.,.w Znlefzlaifunewll an Qaacf Manuva Qc Jfancf fn Jfancf We like it swell but "To be or not to be' There's a prop up on all the latest Upper picture: Row 1: G. Graves t'l'reas. llj, tj. Betlau tijev. FJ, 1. ltnvtr tVit'tfllres. lil, ll. Bdtelsmeier lPres. El, T. Bock tVice-Pres. Ol, P. Morrison tSec. Ol, G. Hahn CTreas. Ol, W. Stadnik tPres. Ol. How 2: B. Brodersen, L. Niqro, M. Etterwind, L. Harrison, M. Pilcli, L. Green, A. Thetford, M. Fisher, Miss Consoer, I. Malkiewicz, D. Newlon, V. Packer, L. Bue' tow, E. Streder. Row 3: L. Hanke, G. De Grazia, L. Ewald, B. Donovan, G. Simeley, D. Schellenqberqer, G. Blanas, I. Walz, G. Mador, B. Schaefer, L. Barabas, V. Swieszek, B. Herrinq, C. Bohn. Standing at table: B. Menotti lPres.J, G. Wallace tVice-Presb. Row 1: C. Perrone, B. Mc. Queen, F. Sarnowski, I. Horne, I. Mumber tTreas.l, U. Tren, G. Ziernke, H. Cherne. Row 2: M. Mitchell, C. Hendricksen, F. Kirchner, l. Siqnorile, H. Verernis, B. Kreuqer, A. l-lenniq, E. Syversen. Row 3: D. Bozowy, D. Saritoqrossi, D. Allan, G. Haubrich, I. Fairchild, E. Smith, B. Bachar, A. Nicolai. Row 4: G, Broad, P. Kennedy, S. O'Brien, M. Kindstrand, F. Shipilo, D. Kloc, C. Michalak, B. Pretorius, B. Schultz, B. Wasik, L. Stennteld, V. Galis, A. Woertz, A. Conville, Ft. Murphy, Miss Farr. AS WE LIKE IT AND ETIQUETTE "themes" as if there's miles of paper and ink in Miss Consoer's cupboard. ' like Shakespeare fills up the students' time and paper. er way to sip so one doesn't drip when one goes out to tea. Miss Farr is tips for drips. So sip and don't slip. 6 Zlfteful 041066601 Keep Quang pedpfe aqappff SCIENCE CLUB BATON TWIRLERS Upper lei! picture: I. Leahy, E. Buny, Miss Amon, M. Heim' bmilel. Y. I-YSGI, A. Bochrucn, I. Bromsteod, R. Larkin, D. Upper right picture: Row 1: I' Gllvtlml N' XM 'x'4 if U' hmm' Shuldvs, H. P19111 W, Von Tuyl. V Bow 2: Lf. SLIIIILCIJUI, S. KSUIIIPIT, M. Hllkrl M. fiqpy-' N Peterson, C, Blnfrmmist, W, Vlxilsrvar CAMERA CLUB Lower left picture: Row 1: N. Wilkwmk, Miss Dlerks R A 4 PR VC,I1iiILlk, VV. SUEILISKBI, R, Weik, B. Liszeho, Row 2: I. Mu- sux, D. Frwhfjrcdt, L. QUGIIQM1, E. Rlfflil, E. Tipshus, E. Lower right pidure: Press 1: O' NNW S! Ii' Inn, M Press 2: Nwrlimq. H, StWl17EAI, I. Bommelli. Row 3: D. Fisher, C. Leiz. 1. Hum-k. P. Hmmm, D. Tho:-lv H. Gclmz, 1. Muevller, 0. V B1'BH'1"P 5 B1"WS- A' 'flblei 1- WKUk1'1S H W'-'W I Irahnswn, M. Bcmrk. I- MOSQIA Upper picture: At table: B. Westland, iPres.l. Row l: H. Burmeister, B. Cyplick, A. Cramer, R. Benson, R. Russell, B. Van Vooren. Row 2: D. Amundsen, B. Lenc, H. Dutzi, W. Martin, D. Hartunq, B. Fnient, H. Walitschek. Row 3: R. Esperle, R. Kemp, L. Andren, I. Missen, Mr. Richmond. Lower picture: At table: A. Bruqqe- mann, A. Giorqi, D. Strutz, F. Mce Carthy. M. Shea, L. Boyajian, L. Quartetti, P. Neder, I. Musland. Row 1: W. Briney, T. Berry, D. Millar, L. Moro, W. Holm. Row 2: I. Baia, N. Hialtelin, M. Mosby, I. Gawlick. C. Morse, B. Smetters. Miss Ornstein, L. Spooner, R. Schultz, S. Iensen. Suenhdiigefapeekd fzelw " ENGINEERS' CLUB This club may be the cradle of some noted engineer in future years. At least that is the hope of their sponsor, Mr. Richmond. Movies on Vocational quid- ance and a trip to Rosenwald Museum have stimulated the science appetites of these young fellows. They touch upon various fields of science, stressing physics the most. PRE MEDICS CLUB Students interested in becoming doctors, nurses or dentists join this club Where they receive information upon the requirements needed for each of the above mentioned professions. Dr. Briney was their quest speaker this year, and a tour to the County Hospital was their first field trip. Miss Ornstein is their SDOHSOT. amcf Wana Manned ancf lfze Gaudi .74 efeaa Upper picture: Foreground: R. Kuhlmann, L. Zeller. Row 1: I.. Cwriner. M. Kantzavvlos, ll. Chu! ka, S. 'l'ootooian, A. Mviiutll. Row 2: ll. lplxllllnl, A. Maag, M. l-ledges, I. Hispantv. S. Zienier. How 3: lf. Petersen, li. Grote, L, Iohnson, M. Kvskv, Standing ui Buck: I, Taylor, D. Christensen, C. AlllLYllSt'Il, M. SIUVUIISUII, ll. Yousko, D. Bala, C. Matz, lil. Curnpo, H Dobis, I. Hcxlloran, N. AII1blOSlIlG, I. Charles. Lower picture: Row 1: H. Ols- zowlca, R. Bozchcirdt, R. Monaco I. Knaak, I. Bonnelli, ll. Conti qlio, K. Skott, M. l.-i Suhiava. How 2: I. Loipoi, LS, Lloyd, lt. Paqlia, D. Llronch, lf Odeqaxd, Fl. Kosinslci, Mr. Groom. Row 3: I. Winter, I. Bennett, I. Weeks. H. Miller, K, Kasnitrn, ll. Volpe V. Baldi. ETIQUETTE CLUB IMRS. BOUGHTONI When these young ladies start out in the social whirl attending teas and also giving them, they'll know the last word in tea-time courtesy. They have been meeting every other week with Miss Boughton reviewing the social graces. I.et's hope they pass the graces on to the boys, COAST GUARD Mr. Willard Groom attracted the curiosity of a group ot young prospective "Salts" when he announced that he would like to sponsor a Coast Guard Club where he would give the members first hand information about the life of a Coast guard as he saw it when he was one. Here you see the eager members. aide lfeefz lei Eeaulifa Letter F: Row 1: B. Krueger, J. Jewell, J. Forest. Row 2: F. Kirchner, J. Keiter. Row 3: J. Forsythe, L. Hanke, E. Johnson. Row 4: L. Davidson, M. Dixon. Row 5: D. Boyd, B. Fisher. Row 6: O. Johnson, J. Bostrom, D. Heckl, R. Glazowski, E. Priest. Litter X: S. Spousta, tTreas.J, R. Schmidt, B. Krueger, tA1t. Sec.l, G. Held, G. Wallace, B. Skincler, Mr. Ramsey, L. Wittenberg, Nice-Pres.J, N. Dennstedt, tSec.J, E. Priest, I. Rasmussen, R. Regner, N. Bute-ra, tPres.J. Letter T: Row 1: B. McQueen, C. Perrone, G. Ziemke. Row 2: E. Noack, D. Newton. Row 3: I Theisen, A. Tresselt. Row 4: R. Marino, D. Sackrison. Row 5: L. Mauret. Row 6: B. Reqner, R Schune, E. Sorce, J. Mueller, E. Norlinq, S. Peters. FIXIT CLUB The name of this club tells the story of its activity. "Fixit"4and that is exactly what its members do. This semester, some of them helped Mr. Ramsey and Mr. Temple in ad- justing pupils' programs. Others worked with Mr. Ramsey on his corridor clean-up carn- paign. Then there were others who centered their attention on locker conditions. Mr. Ramsey organized the club and has been its sponsor since it organization. fzaf 7fzey Make 20115 p in Qld. f ,- Upper Piciure: Row 1: R. Permaniari, M. Baglian, E. Burnier, E. Marcelletti, E. Roche, Mr. Siegel, I Hendry. Row 2: D. Allan, D. Santogrossi, G. Haubrich, A. Stueben, F.. Sponholtz, C, Buthrnan, G. Lenski. Row 3: N. Henriksen, C. Matz, I. Bernreuter, M. Parolin, l.. Thorsan, E. George, Lower Picture: Row 1: l. Majeski, M. Pezze, L. Kjeldsen, M. Hallinan, G. Smolke, Mr. Siegel, Ei. Triunfal. Row 2: E. Cecchin, D. Lo Sassa, R. Frontzak, N. Tarpinian, R. Simonian, H. lahnke, V. Kasrnan, M. Merrill, M. Shippy. CERAMIC CLUBS Girls always like to have their fingers into everythingg this time they have chosen to putter around in clay and water and round out beautiful objects. Mr. Siegel, mild and gentle, is just the right mari to guide their activities. He has fun, and so do they. in gacfa eafte iii fze Mwe 7fm-Z' 804144251 CHESS CLUB Oh Chessl they like it well enough to rnove their inen into position even oller school hours. Mr. Anderson, the sponsor, hos to lcihitz once in o while to show the oood inoves. CAMERA CLUB Who says the world l1C1SI1ll gone Coinero niod? This is only one ol loiir coriieio clubs ot Steinrnetz. Loolc ot thenil Everyone is onxious to lolce the next peek, even the soon sor, Mr. Anderson. Row 1: l-l. Toroqono, H. Prusinslci. Row 2: E. Reininqer, T. Kuniro CPies.l, A. lvlillsvr, A, lvlritonlay lVivo Priest, F. Olson llreosl RCW 3: li. Golloqlier, G. Messenger, l. Dilylorco G. Counilitin, R. HKKFIPIS, Mi, Anwlerson, l., Slum t, l, Suerth, H. l7iuni.lsen, H. Sonti. Row 4: B. Norris, H. Peterson, E. Pisvlioi, ll. tfullr-n, li. Bishop, H. Buuliweitz, V. Boitels, U. Synwolt, H. Biolnn, H. K3lVl.Dkl5,ll, ll. Wood B. Colontonio, I. Clcivvlivk, A. Stiilowski. RCW 1: H. Golluqliei, ll. Pierine, ll. Goeiqen, lvl, Bot-ttthti, l.. lVlunl4, lf lliiilcoki, H. Keyes. Row 2: l. Wi-iei, lt. Nl-tiki, rf. Kennedy, Ll. Litien, B. Swiontek, D. Fisher, lf. lipslnis, l. Lo son, lvli. Ainleison, ll. Hiuliii llfjiesl. How 3: lj, hioelibiodi, H. Shitzer, H. Medley, A. Hiislcici, N. Seliloni, ll. Spoois, lt. lwilioi, A. Hfiqstroni. .fe Ghaice GMM 74d 4 ' Nieman! Waimea GARDEN CLUB Upper left picture: II. IIf1f'ker I. Mrulkxewitz, M1s:: Lirtwxxfw ,,. I .:1'IIIlI!'II I, IXIUIIIY, N. I4fvIr1f11u11yk, II. JXIICIPISFDII, M. A'OwII, ADVANCED FRENCH Lcwer lett picture: Row 1, seated at table: CZ. West lie IR, VVPS1, Vlfrt I':f's., I.. Stw0'nIv11'q, PWS., MISS Ssfrhlm. How 2: fl, fiwftlzfm I.. Trxylm, G. Gfilifm, C. PnIt1n'b.I I I rrwtfv I, St'I'zm:fc:1. G. Pier, M. Kvmrkrx, T, Brsek, I. Detorp CURRENT BOOKS Center right picture: Seated: If IVIVRIIIIY' II MMV N I..mrv'I A. Nflswu, V. IEIIICIII, Standing: IT IIf1:t'g:r'I1 M IIuIw:w, V. Vrissvy, A. IVIwv1.1t Iw. RADIO MECHANICS Lower right picture: Rcw 1: II Ziylwm II. Vtkfwr SFIFICYISUII, If IELWIVINI Ix. VMIIIIIIIIIIS, I, Ifzxsy, In. IVYIIUY, VN XXIII, N. Seblwnl. Row 2: II. Iwlkfiftf T. llulunlziw II. Ulk I II. I'Ier1swl, G, Tcmullw, II. Kwzsmskm. Row 3: II. I'f1tI UH IIvuric'I1, R, Olswu, I. Kmmk. .! . Q wwf: Li'fi1Hf,LE.- .yy , 1 . g1f gf:i- A Waunqgaffwifb' 2iffzaZ'7f1e4fZwjo4ffl'fo4l' HISTORY CLUB Upper lei! picture: Seated: F. Nordeilcx M. Iohnson. C. Vx'1iiC1q. iwf'RTES1fI, Miss Kmcleiniou, A. Trmpio, Prrxs. DRESS DESIGN Lower left piclure: Seated: Ii. VVFSiIiiGiI, Src. R. Bnymim. Y. Pvs., ff. Harrison, Pirs., B. Krrllrir, Trmis., R. Texrafinrr TC. Muszyswski. Row 2: I. Dgflfmfq I.. fg:iiIiSi9iiSf5ii V. Doyif? 'V Mfxf'f7rmrxifi, I.. Kfrrp, M. ifiiio, R. flnruso, N. ifurfi E km 1? ,lumix P. Nwzffl, H. ivicwhlei, if. Nwquu, IJ. Q5THl'IOIYHk D. Haiixuimcik U. Kfiimsky R. Vrzpmzcxk. Row 4: B. Vwicirxt, M. Bxrxkps F. 3mm'xi'msh, TT. Ipmis. Standing: E. Vorrcxio, H. Klein, M. Hiliqord, D. D. Ticscitti, Miss HPIYJGH, Spfmscvr. Row 3: I. Gold O. Hfmmmi, U. Sixirihriltm, i. Nfrriimx, D. Rusieizerq CAMERA CLUB fMiss Dierks? Upper righi picture: Row 1: T. Wright, Sm., G. Mcxqxmfiulux, Trecs., C. Marx, D, Bruuk. Row Z: M. Wenqlor, E. Burricfk. M. Curfis, 9, Volfmi, I, Frisk, D. Iohlzson, G, Testoro. Row 3: R. Mvyois, M. Pfeiiier, Miss Dierks, C, inqprhoim, B. Hass F. Wcllbn, C. Grclnqe'-r, S, Mmwcfdvi, R. Cullvn, D. Vishop, A. Snpormn, L. Attolinri. CARTOON CLUB Lower right piciurez Row l: F. Rowdztrmn, H. Cmmy. P Qfcvelii, Mr. VVNIVQI. Row 2: E. Sukowskl, N. Burkhcxrrit Kcilckis I. DefBOrff. Row 3: VV. Rmndol, V. Sfcirflinfx D. Wivixkinq, I, Kleiwk, M. Prrinmxima. Row 4: B. Liszeu '. Piuiirzpss, H. iD.g1.:,.w1:1, 'If i'z1c':'1r1u, H. K usw. How 5: N He-iupel, P. Vwelfgixiii, B. Trelsticxii, H. Huzmxski, H, Mumk Row 5: R. Ffxfmxdq, T. Smith, 1. Ftfistriy, G. Stoffwm, W' Tiworsfm 7fze -team., atm ,flaw an .4 fppor picture: Row 1: P. Domenico, I. Paul, R. Calabrese, T. Heid, A. rulli, L. Netterstrom, B. Skiba, I. Srande. Row 2: V. Conoscenti, P. izzo, E. Covganka, P. Rizzo, G. chmidt, W, Beecroft, R. Melqaard. '. Kamin, T. Wolz. Row 3: R. Jlian, V. Griseto, L. Tellschow, F. Zamasta, M. Ottaviano, G. Kledzik, I. Ballack, R. Banks, R. Wilk, F. ava. Row 4: D. Sadowski, B. lovak, D. Anderson, M. Zinner, R. 'emnicki, K. Starck, O. Holmberq, . Fahy, R. Murphy. Row 5: E. Jhnson, I. Goerqen, R. Pofelski, I. erge, D. Buchweitz, L. Pearson, S. tafford, Mr. Ruzicka. over picture: Standing: B. Dyba, res. Row I: R. Schwed, V. Pres., .. Leibundguth, Treas., I. Leahy, ec. Row 2: I. Isadore, W. Bowler, . Clark, A. Gooding, I. Iensen, W. arp, B. Roeser, R. Stenqren. Row : I. Glasinq, D. Gruber, B. Egner, Malherek, B. Meetz, F. Okrzesik, R. eaborq, B. Stenqren, I. Dorn, L. ousko, S. Smith. Row 4: Miss ergh, H. Rix, H. Dunn, R. Rosen- tnge, T. Swanson, R. Sanders, I. ichal, N. Cook, E. Pummer. Green cap, school letters and a helpful nature identify each member of the lettermen's club. They have made unbelievable scores in sports and ticket selling. Mr. Ruzicka is the only pep talk these fellows need for doing big things in a big way. They keep Steinmetz pennant flying high Miss Bergh knows "oodles about Chicago and she likes to share her oodles with pupils who are anxious to know about the dear old city Imagine the members' surprise when they learned that all Chicago was one big swamp They're all glad it's changed for the better f 'ng 2111101 E 44 Gail '7fzem place! Upper picture: Row 1: l Malkiewicz V C . , . ranch, I. Bowman, B. Palazzo, I. Pickett. Row 2: T. Benqt- son, E. Pummer, I. lensen, A. Gooding, A. Anderson. Row 3: I. Weier, E. Hlavacek, R. lay, A. Barcal. D. Clouston. Row 4: D. Armentrout, A. Trulli, F. Muszynski, C. Sutton, L. Thorson. Row 5: L. Merlcer, C. Purnell, I. Erickson, K. Kasman, R. Korabilc. Row 6: R. lohnson, A. l-laqstrom, I. Connery, Mr. Bramkamp. Lower picture: Row 1: I, Borinq, M. Ranallo, I. Knott, E. Moronq, Mrs. Walter. Row 2: L. Montor, B. Pago, S. Pokorni, E. Funk, M. l-ludock. Row 3: G. Ficht, D. Neri, E. Scarpelli, M. Rubino, C. De Marco. How 4: A. Silla, S. Sicuro, A. Diprizio, S. Kalakis, l. Campo. Row 5: S. Iewell, A. Maaq, A. Moersch, l. Malatia, G. Di Leonardi. Row 6: D. Morris, L. Buetow, L. Schroer, B. Korzep, L. Prozanski. Row 7: I. Ricci, A. Grote, E. Messenger, B. lahnke, D. lflultberq. TRAVEL AND LIBRARY CLUBS These armchair travelers would like to thumb their way to distant lands. Since that's imp: sible, Mr. Bramkamp takes them on imaginary tours, and from reports We hear, they all li them. LIBRARY HELPERS, the unsunq silent workers, keep thinas qoinq, k vision of Mrs. W l wor inq under the sup a ters. Upper picture: D. Geiger Ion sccrloi, D. Ifitqeh, I7.Smetters, L. Bastion, G. Wdndoll, I.. Mohler, T. Walsh, I.. Eveiison, B. Holla' hcruqli, E, Fulhorst, L. Merker, C. Sutton, I. Iudmon. Row 2: P. Ddihyshire, D. Mitt ickcr, C. Bohn, I.. Hahn, L. Keller, P. Gwen. Lcwcr picture: L. Sundquist ten scolel, I. I '..S dlzy Iwfiglit mrrstzil. Row 1: N. Neikscn. lf. Geirgr, S. Itultqyen, L. Von Oppen, M. Ildydrii, G. Kruzii, Ii. Szcepdnik, I. Moeller, 9. Tyler, I.. Fifss. Row 2: R. IC rruffoldt, If Huflcclc, M. Volizi, IT. Folevid, K. Wendt, I, Krywouko, D. Soni, I. Uiirtlli. eigfrfi flfa Welighl 044 7!zeia Sfzaafcfefzd TALL TEENS CLUB Hi! HoW's the weather up there? 'I'hdt's what one hos the urge to soy when one meets or member ot thot club of skyscrapers. Their lofty ideds hit upon o good scheme to mcrke money ot the Poll Festivol. They turned in CI nedt sum to the "kitty" Originally it was dn dll girl club, but the girls come down to eorth and opened the membership to the "long Iohnsf' Now well see what will horppen when height meets height. Miss Rasmussen, olmost C1 six footer herself, sponsors the Club. 98 lllffa Pep am! pudfn 7eeneaA a Galfegiaie Upper picture: At table: C. Hamm, H. Schillrnoeller, M. Sten- berg. Row 1: C. Stern, B. Lindquist, I. Petrich, L. Anderson, L. Barabas, A. Bachman, R. Bouchard, L Smallwood, E. De Laet, P. Weher. Back oi couch: L. Henson, B. Sweiszek, H. Padqitt. Row 2: C. Martin, T. Schulze, M. Rago, A. Shanske, W. Iedlick. Row 3: T. Ramicone, S. Sonneman, C. Glasser. Row 4: M. Parks, R. Vondralc, T. Boland, P. Lucas, Z. lopa, I. Noren, l. Piper, R. Miller, E. Moeller, P. Iensen. Lower picture: Foreground: L. Mucci, G. Eagan. Row 1: B. Keller, B. Feldman, H. Nahabedian, l. Peterson, N. Peterson, N. Nahabedian, D. Dyrda, B. Pago. Row 2: M. Barsz, A. Balzano, A. Kolany, R. Troesken, H. Gast, l. Barnas, B. Nicolas, M. Bechman, C. Coopef. I. Slowi, l. Smith. COLLEGE CLUB The college club was organized in the tall ot li-346 as a distributing center of material on cc leges, their locations, courses, approximate cost, scholarship and other pertinent intormatio Mr. Downey is their sponsor. The membership is about titty students from the 4B and 4 semesters. PEP CLUB Hep, Hep, Hep, they're full ot pepg loin this club and catch the step, You'll learn just how to twist and bend Come on! Don't let that score descend. You'll hear the yells at every game They'll cheer the boys ahead to tame: Their cry comes from their very soul A bigger, better yell's their goal. v 99 when a 5611.001 aww wwf, '7ake Uaea 'QSUYH5 L MM.. .. ll Left picture: Row 1: A. Karlowicz, A. Stritzel, C. Brusenbach, R. Paule, V. McComb, I.. Kreuz, R. Reinel, B. Ramagnano. Row 2: P. Lucas, G. Mador, M. Quilico, G. Martinus, D. Stennfeld, R. Vernon, E. Ewert. Row 3: B. Rehscher, D. Maehr, M. Maka, T. lorpeland, N. Arnhrosine, L. Anderson, A. Iasinski, S. Dreher. Row 4: L. Lucia, l. Halvorsen, D. Christoffersen, I. Unruh, B. Souers, M. Robinson, D. Gruber. Row 5: B. Schaefer, Miss Kilburn, A. Bauschke, E. Bagtelsmeier. l. larva, E. Sorce, D. Geiger. Right picture: Row 1: I. Taylor, I. Dobbeck, V. Johnson, D. Schrader, M. Weihsmantel, C. De Leonardi, T. Schmidt, L. Boyaiian. Row Z: M. Pivarci, G. Clausen, l. Moreno, E. Schneider, D. Minerva, A. Kalenian, L. Harrison, A. Wiegand. Row 3: l. McBride, I. Raimondi, E. Mucha, M. Levandoski, S. Sonneman, C. Bier, V. Petretti, A. Shanske. Row 4: B. Schaffer, M. Richter, D. Thiel, N. Klein, A. Ruschke, l. De Boer, G. Heidtke, E. Iohnson. Row 5: A. Bachman, Z. lopa, D. Hansen, P. Nedor, l-l. Glatz. DARDANELLES Enthusiastic young ladies generally known in this age as teeners, can do and always will do, even when the going's hard. lt's not an easy matter to handle an "E" average and ticket selling too. You can always depend on the Dardanelles to sell those striking stickers to Stein- metz studes. Besides being sales ladies they find time to act as hostesses at parties that proved grab-bags full of fun for the boys of the Sigma Quad and for the departing seniors. lt is this group that is always on hand to assist the Parent-Teachers' Association serve the niembers at their rneetings. 100 wwf, fe Real? Za szmt zzw new mf Around Chemical Tree: Row 1: C. l-lenrich, E. Bayer, l. Hahel, L. lsznsen. Row 2: D. Knudzen, R. Rein R. Swikart, W. Tylski, A. Calla, F. Muzynski, A. Karlowicz. - Ofiicers: Upper right picture: Row 1: l. Wiggen, M. Ferdman, I. Krzton. Row 2: E. Bayer, C. Henri: Lower picture: Row 1: I. Flindt, G. Clausen, D. Cast, T. Bengston, V. lohnson, B.Voida. Row 2: R. Sharapa l. lohnson, W. Tanner, L. Klekamp, E. Trumbull, A. Matgnky, E. Reininqer. ALCHEMSTEIN CLUB Young folks intrigued by the almost mysterious happenings that can take place in the chemical world iind an outlet for their curiosity by joining this club where Mr. Ferdman illuminates their darkened intellects. Many happy times are spenit in this chemical atmosphere. .mf Qaafwla .ffm vw. 7mu6leA vw Top picture: Row 1: C. Osberq, I. Dorn, M. Sinitli, T. Lisinski. Row 2: G. Gravel, V. Karnin, L. Balinski, R. Schaffer. Row 3: W. Melfi, C. Renda, I. Martyn, I. Bechard. Row 4: I. Silvio, I. Michael, S. Lloyd. I. Siebeck. How 5: R. Kolaski, A. Nelson, B. Kasman, A. DeTolve. Row 6: I. Fontana, S. Dreher, L. Keller, A. Teich. Row 7: B. Host, W. Holm, H. Schubbe. Lett picture: Row 1: C. Cox, B. Ter- racine, R. Reuhs, B. Cirinqione. Raw 2: G. West, D. Mittricker, D. Radcwaqen, E. Leineweber, I. Forest. Rcw 3: F. Badosta, C. De Marco, S. Kaaqe, G. Held, L. Carollo. Row 4: H. Hacker, D. Pinn, M. Steinke, F. Buqqio, M. Corso. Row 5: I. Mal- atla, C. Runge, B. Sayre, L. Attolino, H. Roinanotsky. Row 6: E. Tipshus. L. Ouartetti, B. Norris, M. Bartell. S. Neubauer. Right picture: Seated: F. Hardt. Rcw l: G. Messenger, A. Watanabe, N. Staines, B. Settepani, I. Scapes. Raw 2: W. Lenz, P. Minster, D. Kalorniris, S. Pernianion, I. Mitchell. Rcw 3: A. Pinq, D. Wenta, D. Pie- rine, I. Sanzone, M. Pesce. Row 4: A. Scsine, I. Kilbet, B. Louqhlin, B. Shalla, I. Iohnson. Row 5: L. Merke, B. Lindquist, R. Federiqhi, I. Sanger, l. Hubers. Row 6: G. Blanas, S. Gehlert, L. Textor, R. Keyes, M. Winkler. Rcw 7: W. Ahern, I. Brcmsten, B. Pasen, M. Mosby, P. Gordon. Row 8: I. Wallman, I. Hudock, L. Thomason. HALL GUARDS Stronq, faithful, loyal hall auarcls mean a areal deal to any school. Mr. Herrick supervises this huqe qroup constantly reminolina them that corridors decorum and cleanliness are essen- tial to a well run school. The student booty con do its part by courteously cooperating with the Quards. Let's all strive to kee p the halls looking as neat as we want our homes to look. PUBLIC SPEAKING Speaker: D. Shrader. Row I: Mrs. Knipp, B. Slaikos, R. Picciuca, B. Ricci, G, Sherwin. Row 2: G. Perry, P. Rohson, D. Hultberq, P. Emmerlinq, l. Noiell, Row 3: C. Wendi, Cf. Potenipa, G. Lapolnte. FIRST AID Row 1: Miss Hoffman, M. Kostuck, A. Woeriz, M. Sounhein, I. Bjornestad, C. Beyer, G. Urban. Row 2: B. Casperson, W. Lenz, G. Brady. ayancfet - - :eyed llpfi - - Jfeafzfi KNITTING CLUB Row 1: M. Elterwind, B. Field, I. Marlin. Row 2: C. Chiapetia, M. Boras, M. Mielke, S. Saal- bank, R. Scarpelli. Row 3: C. Michalak, C. Runge, O. Anderson, V. Broms, C. Oller, C. Tihbett, l. Meyer. Row 4: B. Bachar, P. Kidd, D. Clousion L. Frankenberqer, B. Varouxakis, E. Clarke, A. Bator. Row 5: M. Siacey, C. DeGia2ia, l. Boclite, E. Lulter, M. Waqner, E. Rhino, D. Piece, D. Garbarski, V. Galis, U. Ellen, l. Cerniqlia, S. Permanian, B. Palazzo. MOVIE AND MAGAZINE Row I: R. Parisoli, S. McMenamin, S. Waller, Ci. lerneqan, l. Maffia. Row 2: B. Edwards, I. Tyszko, B. Prelorius, Z. Ruqq, N. Costa. Bow 3: R. McAhee, A. Bellini, M. Azzelo, S. Thompson, E. Wieqelman, Miss Bujewski, M. Frisendahl, E. Funk, I-I. Thomason, B. Kliesnei, R. Rode, D. Brenny, L. Byloff. Row 4: E. Hlavacek, D. Armen- trout, C. Walter, B, Case. 103 laizan S ell S 14nnaanceA .Banana .Ll Upper picture: New steps are be- ing demonstrated by two of the members under the direction cf the dancing teacher while eager dancers look on. Lower picture: At microphone: E. Anderson, G. Mosby. Director: N, Fucciolo. Row l: L. Youngien, N. Gullickson, A. Fuller, A. Sa' dowslci, I, lohnson, W. Wake, B. Anderson. Row 2: C. Stancich, D. Korso, I. Olsen, B. Etheridge, C. Blomquist, I. Bobzin, L. Mat' thiesen. Row 3: A. Watanabe, O. Heidemann, F. Olson, B. Lorenz, S. Fiducci, D. Larson, L. Young YCII. DANCING CLUB Many of our "live wires" who think that they are not "live" enough, join the famous dancing club Where they limber up their muscles learning to jitterbug to slow dreamy waltzes, and rhumba to the South American melodies. The club was conducted by a professional teacher and piano accompanist. The tinal lesson was a grand party tor all the "pro" dancers. RADIO PERFORMANCE To speak over the radio in a pleasing easy-to-understand manner is an accomplishment that the members of this club wish to attain. They get practice in this art under the di- rection ot Miss Yetter, their sponsor, who has made a study of radio work. Reading scripts and listening to others do the same is fun for all. I g. M 1 QTii5'ai1'-T1 4 3 W! E ggi, , 222515 Wx. 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QQ x in X X . x nf Q FQ Slleefung. few lfze Sllale eanaenfzhn STUDENT COUNCIL Did you ever wish to be chosen as representative of your class? Do you have qualities of leadership, scholarship and the courage ot your convictions? Well, if you have, the chances are you are already a council representative. Mr. Weaver has taken over the council and has extensive plans for reorganization. Close contact with other local councils will be main- tained. lt is an honor to be chosen a member ot the Student Council. Their next trip will be to Washington during Spring vacation. Each semester promises a new and better tomorrow for the "Select Few." Upper picture: Row 1: A. Hall, L. Albrecht, G, Grempke, R. Lockwood, D. Garbarski, L. Renner, B. Mueller, S. Spiel- man, D. Wesclitz, D, Di Stacio. Rcw 2: I. Regan, C. Ttritelli, B. Perry, D. Pierce, N. Snyder, I. Valiquet, D. Ritts, Wittenberg, E. Streder, L. Kurpias, B. Westlund, M. Pinelli. Row 3: I. Brentano, B. Norts, E. Remke, M. Regan, D. Amundson, R. Kuhn, F. Mattioli, H. Karlovitz, M. Bruns, R. Schultz, D. Parsons. How 4: M. Wilkorzek, B. Selzer, . Stubbs, C. Martin, l. Keywauka, I. Smith, I. Slowi, R. Miller, E. Norling, I. Michal, E. Nocek, G. Steinhardt. Row 5: . Wolkey, P. Rockcastle, G. Glszowka, I, Ichnson, L. Klelcamp, H. Dutzi, R. Conrad, D. Angerhofer. L. H A L:wer picture: How 1: B. Fago, N. Gullickson, G. Geske, B, Leqones, H. Krause, D. Zinn, R. Settepani, H. Mayer. Row 2: E. Scarpelli, D. Kopfer, S, Bcuillon, I. Ichnson, P, Anderson, S. Anderson, S. Iewell, S. Cleqhorn, C. Iarzemb- ski, M. Robel. Row 3: C, Runge, I. lsadore, P. Gregorzek, F. Hardt, I. Dale, N, Car oll, C. Hendricksen, K. Berolz- heimer, D. Lidstrom, P. Lucas. Rcw 4: I. Yeisley, I. Liberio, R. Hnat, E. LeVon, I. Giancola, L. Trtnkaus, M. Scalone, P. Fox, D. Arndt, A. Barcal, L. Hartmann, R. Hozian. Row 5: I. Pet1ich, L. VonOppen, E. Hlavacek, R. Adrian, I. Bromstead, R. Glazcwslci, T. Bock, V. Kasman, O. Tessaro, B. Morgis. """f! 106 clfi Seemzt la ie llfze qcadfaian af ifze Jam Upper picture: Actors: B. Lenski C. Rendo, M. Easso, B. Bartel Row 1: A. Balzano, I. Iohnson, P Sumski, M. Severinqhaus, I. Marx, E. Sukowski, S. Tootooian Row 2: L. Grempke, M. Muscare N. McCartney, I. Shafer, D. Bren ny, G. Roberts, I. Piceron. Row 3: I. Moeller, P. Fox, I.. Anderson D. Boyd, A. Essayena, l. Yeisley M. Stacey. Bow 4: M. Beaudoin M. Dixon, R. Cove-lli. Mrs. Frey's actors take on a roquish role as the modern "Romeo" tries his knee at pop- pinq the question, while niqht-capped parents aim to interrupt the proposal-and the audience looks on spell-bound. Dinner gowns, street dresses and sport clothes qo out on parade before the eyes of clothes-conscious members ot Miss M. E. O'Connor's fashion tollowers. They're all pocketinq a few new ideas tor their next year's wardrobe. Lower picture: Models: S. Hen- riclcsen, G. Heidtlce, N. Lueth. Row 1: I. Klassen, C. Di Leonardi E. schmidt, M. Mowkiewicl. R Schenk, V. Petretti, G. Martinus Row 2: M. Bressan, H. Mayer, E Remke, E. Smith. Row 3: 'E Mucha, D. Korzep, M. Messina, R Herring, H. Eck, P. MOfflSOU Row 4: P. Michelson, S. Ander son. Row 5: A. Binq, A. Sereicki E. Kannberq, N. Brown, R. Schoet- ernacker, I. lorpeland, E. Ewert. D. Stennfeld, M. Broeski, I. Stud halter, I. Sanger. wmx Spafzfafing Zfn ' Sli How l: A. ljauniucik, G. Schillo, F. Petree, A. Shaw, l. Sartini, B. Kar' rascli, L, Moss, Miss Blake Ksupervisorl, S. Pynnonen, O, Wilson. Row 2: 5. Skie, B. Zulil, F. Enqdalil, A. Klavinski, H. Hjelkrern, M. Iacobsen, tl. lk-ritan, M. Oveispit. LUNCH ROOM Wirisenie sniiles and sniells appeal to your appetite the minute that yan enter our ultrafrnodern lunch roam, Pyramids at Creamy milk and nutritious tried disappear daily. Where these teeners store it, is a wynder. The tire-bug can't rap tis at the Cheerful new curtains that adorn the lunch raarn tar the hanainas are made of tlex-a-alass. Steady hands work over stainless steel in a spotless kitcheng it's ne wander that those cakes and pies taste just like 1norn's. Teeners shaiild he very happy to aa hand in hand with the stall to keep the lunch raoin spic and span. fqppelfdefi 108 '7fze .L7 ancf lfne Seaiaud Minqle 7o9eUzrea MATH CLUB Upper lei! piciurez How 1: H. Beialzlieiuier, K. Begalzlieiiiier. Row 2: B. Becker, P. Szymczyk, A. Cranmer, 1. Oliveto, T. Boland, H. Schillmaeller. Row 3: Miss Relim, C, Be-clau, N. Kreiiiriq, N. Mitchell, S. Stafford, R. Klawiiter, F. Smeiaria. In rear: R. Spitzer. BEGINNERS' FRENCH CLUB Lower leh picture: Row 1: A. Di Vito, A. Watanabe, S. Nahabediari. Row 2: 1. Walieriiade, P. Gregory KSec.l, N. Gullickscri iVi:cPcs.l, L. Davidson lPreS.l, G. Springer 1Treas.l, L. G.ill. Row 3: M. Trieb, C. Oller, 1. Sleiferiseii, 1. Owens, P. Biidwell, I. Bostram, D. Strutz, M. Kruto, A. Tai piriiari. FINE ARTS GUILD Upper right piciure: Row 1: 13. Lflmlstrnii, A. K-ilvxiiari, C. Tiriiilli, P. Lucas, W. Vmi Tuyl, 1.. Laixsinq. Row 2: 1. Leahy, M. Rebel, B. Wliitiiey, P. Scliaeiei, H, Frye, D. Gruber, D. Mazulcelli, C. Blomquisi, A. Bausclike. STAGE CREW Lower leh piciure: Row 1: D. Millar, 13. Ciislauliellci, R. Olson, 1. Boglli, L. lvlrvw. RCW 2: R. lambs, M. Garbaik, G. Bubirli P. Rcbeiis, R. Yculiq, W. Saimzie ll. llalile. On ladder: G. Welszfiiiami. Back: Mi. Spikiuqs. 14 page af gnllfmiiadiic ' Wmkeu DOUBLE TROUBLE Upper left picture: Row is VV, Barker, W. Barker, G. West, M. West, Miss Drago. Rcw 2: M. lonnson, M. lalinson, A licsiinvalaiit, l, Ponrvalcznt. Row 3: P. lrwin, l. lrwin, A lfinqaniaii, C. Bruqqiiifiri. NATURE CLUB Upper right picture: Row 1: S. Pernianian, L. Grin:-r Ruqa, l. McGuire, Miss Weaver, Row Z: l. Cernialia M Stevenson, W. Erklia t, C. Miifura. Row 3: li. Clar Poyle, ll. Nilfs, L. Mason, l. Farley, l. Flynn, CURRENT DISCUSSION Lower left picture: Rcw 1: Seated: B. Norris, D. Hoy, l. Ben' nett, C. Landini. Row 2: Seated: M. lolinson, C. Collins, D. Fendi, Row 3: Standing: S. Pyiell, I. Winter, R. Maxwell Miss Grant, R, Pacini, R. Paalra, E. Dobis, S. Sax. PRESS CLUB Lcwer right picture: At table: R. Sc Behnke, Mrs. F. Bor L. Kreuz M Finlayson E Curnmin hulz, V. Prestler M q, R. Vernon, l. McBride, V. Woodward , . , . q, G. Papp, C. Logan Standing: l. Raimondi, D. Olliqer, H. Wlnte, M. Ouilico R Mueller, W. Petersen, I. Pontone, A. Fa Via, Z. Kachiaan !Va '7ime an .fcffwut in 7!14Z- Qcaq Gaawcf SATS CRAFTS AND POSTER Upper left picture: Row 1: D. Krose, I. Thomsen, M. Bruns, tPres.I, D. Trcrscrtti, tSec.I, Row 2: A. Termini, B. Mczrcyzo, S. Ewald, tTreus.I, V. Pucker, M. Prott. Row 3: I. Erickson, I. Kissel. At table: W. Best, P. Sicuro, D. Burger, I. Roem melt. INTERIOR DECORATING Lower left picture: At drape: B. Armisteod, Miss Herbert. Row 1: D. Rusteberq, L. Turbox, V. Doyle, M. Cilio. Row 2 D. Icihnke, D. l-lcllmenicxk, E. Kocol, C. Schneider. Row 3 M. l-lilstrom, D. Dechou, M. Morfis, G. Icrcobson. Standing E. Gioncxth, I. Fairchild, D. Kcilinsky. BOYS' SEWING CLUB Upper right picture: Row 1: I. Di Puma, S. Gilberto. How 2: V. Rizzo, K. Stronczek, L. Icrqcks, D. Eckhcrrdt, W. Boylicin, R. Snow, Row 3: E. Tcirpinicm, F. Fiore, I. Hottmorin, R. Colcxn, S. Wisniewski, D. Rfitelli, R. Naviqnto, D. limrilell, Miss Farr, G. Allen. CAMERA CLUB Lower right picture: Standing: I. Cump. Row I: R. Seoborq A. Borkmonn, Miss Kotfmcrn, H. Anderson, M. I-lilstrom Row 2: P. Colfax, D, Ehlend, R. Leahy, S. McMenumin, B Rost, A. Chioiruttini, P. lnterdoncrto alicfay '7ea'4L Gall fm Me Bal lfffannmfi ETIQUETTE CLUB CMISS CUSHINGl lust look below and see the Way, these little ladies spend the day, Some pour and stir and sip just right and they have dates most every night. Others in public powder their face and fluff their waves most any place, These we rnust not imitate, it we wish our club to be first rate. THE RIGHT WAY Table 1: Facing: M, Messina, N. Brown, M. Sasso, A, Bing. Backs: L. Hattl, H. Sani Chas, G. Klassen, M. Miellce. Table 2: Fuc ing: M. Bechman, I, Slowi, l. Barnas, B Nifolas, Backs: lvl, Temple, I, Smith, I Peterson THE WRONG WAY Table l: N. Costa, C. Chiapetta, L. Byloit, C Laqerholm, M. Casello, I. Bochte, M, Roms, B. Horaan. Table 2: M. Ott, B. Mueller, F. Wallen, C, Biel, B. Hass. THE OBSERVERS Row l: D. Korzep, G. Schiro, R. Andersen, D. Bara, M. Arendt. Row 2: P. Sztuk, G. Grempke, M. Heyderi, H. Hacker, E. Baldi B. Polidori, S. Peters. How 3: D. Marinelli G. Giliberto, R. Permanian, M. Baqlian, A. Smielana, M. Andriano, M. Serio, R, Brand OFFICERS Hope Gast tSec.l, Evelyn Rhino tVice-Presl, l, Keywauka CPres.t, S. Saalfrank CTreas.J. 6 JA Qalaae Med in ZUfLale4Lame padlimeft LATIN CLUB Upper left picture: Row 1: R. Millor lPres.l, H. Miller Wicc- Pres,l, G. Hazqaitis lSec.l, S. Neubauer, D. Epstein, I, Pirerno. Row 2: Mrs. L. Fl. Hadley, I. lloffmann, M. Thyfaull, B. Ifdwarrlf, I. Sianorilo, R. Sclnilz, R. Nyaren, G. Horncwel. How 3: E. Plielius, S. Conod, I. Bccharrl, Mrs, Crane, V. Furlan, D. Polernpa, H. Sariiclias Nico-Pros,l. RED CROSS Upper right picture: Seated: Row 1: C. Scliaolm, D, lllilonri, B. Schaffer Ill-IGCiS.l, M. Raiiallo, B. M.ii'ris lPies.l, A. Vlfieqcriti CSQQI. RCW Z: G. Garlina, A. Pinsclilcc, G, Niiliol son, G. Perlcrscn, IT. Mnicnq, Miss Glfonnc, P. Sylieici, C, Tiritilli. Row 3: L. Druss, S, Drelicr, li. Irwlinson ll OFFICE SERVICE Upper picture: Typist: G. Iolinscn. Row 1: G. Kwasiarccli l. Steffensen, L. Hoff, L. Kyeldscn, E. Roclic, P. Mariqelsclorf A. Silla, I. Helmuth, R. Lawrence. Row 2: E. Sliipilo, I Ricci, M. Corte-2, G. Byrne, G. Wallace, P. Olsen, E. Priest A. Nicolai, W. B odd, E. Baqlian. Row 3: C. Harrison, G. Smolke, W. Lenz, R. Menotti, N. Hlobik, A. Andreri, C, Melau, E. fiflarcelletti, I. Mcrieslci, S. Naliabedian, A. Man- dala, Row 4: E. I-lenriinq, R. Clark, M. Robinson, A. Gord, Miss Plompli. FASHIONS IMiss Rasmussenl Lowe: right picture: Foreqrcund: S. Yoiina. Row 1: A Priest, B. Icnsen, D. Rcnda, I. Scapes. RCW 2: lil. Brwclcrnann L. Bladlcowslci, I. Huriibeulel, I, Flesch, L. Tliornas, lil. Hill M. Colombo, M. Henry. Row 3: S. Iensen, C. Hamm, D Pinri, E. De Laet, C, Cooper, G. Perry, E. Frontzak, P. Pet tonuzzo, P. Meyers, O. Ge-nuk, N. Austernnielile, I. Soren sen, G, Von Laveri, M. Biessan, H. Bressari. How 4: S Ienseri, B. Cliristenseii, D. Podkulski, M. Kruse, L., Hocclii E, Grazzotli, I. Schmidt, Miss Rasmussen, M. Sheppard, P Waters, B. Rowe, P. Weber, I. Taaliere, B. Munch, P. Lauter C. Rolls. 7fne4e 1448 011454 fam Selzwhe ancf Reca ' STEIN-STEN CLUB Do you need some typing done or is it a stencil that you want cut? Maybe you might use some mimeographed copies of your outlines for your work, or perhaps you could make use ot a few good filers. Submit your wants to the Stein-Stenersy they can supply your demands. Miss Sennott has been in charge ot them in the absence of Mrs. Beach and Miss Vaughan. SEASONAL SPORTS CLUB Members of this club need no diet pills to keep waspy waistlines and trim figures. Participa' tion in healthy sports does the trick. lt's swimming, riding, golfing and tennis when the balmy breezes blow. 'When nature ushers in the ice and snow, forbidding outdoor activity, then its volley ball, ping-pong and fencing. Mrs. Soderberg is their leader. Lower left picture: Row 1: G. Brady, D. Sellas CVice-Pres.J, I. Widenmeyer CPres.l, F. Veremis fTreas,l, ll. Cliutka, S. Fiederczyk. Row 2: K. Steel, M. Fisher, H. Lambert, W. Siemandel, L. Padar, A, Montecalvo, L. Hinderor, M. Pilch. Fi. Brode sen. Row 3: D. Saar, G. Menconi, R. Mardeqan, V. Karnuth, M. Hillaard, D. lsaaclisen, F. Colombo, G. Meier l.. Penn, F. Clarke. ' Lower picture: Row 1: l. Ruoti, D. Dyrda, Kachigiau, L. Lawler, P. Osho n, H, Katzbeck, V, Sh:-ilwz. Row 2: M. Moens, A. Knlany, ll. Cnicouris, P, lenseu, G. Testorc, D. Graves, M, Rars7, L. Kielmai, B. Walsh. Row 3: l., Wosik l. Forest. l.. Taylor, G Runge, l. Studhaltor, l. Sanger, A. Saporito, M. Scarpelli, l. Prouty, L. Strat, Fl. Tmosken. Row 4: A. Giorge, M. llutt, I. Neal, A. Bossa, E. Priest, C. Mqager, Mrs. Soderberg, M. Teich, E. Niodurixwyer, R, Kiitzrner, M. Rozanski, M. Hill, N. Salat, G. Durinski. XJ 1 -S 'L Steinrnetz has reason to be proud of its athletic depart- ments this Vear. All the teams have been up there near the top. ww swf ,azz sw af ,uwzzzw s,M4 Circle picture: l. Sampou Wice- Presl, M. Hutt iPres.J, M. Beau- doin CTreas.l, Row 2: L. Scott, M. Mitchell, B. Meadowcroft, C. Bru- senbach, R. Paule, l. Catalan. Row 3: V. Furland, H. Frye, M. Maka, B. Ramaqnano, Miss Sei linger. Lower picture: Officers pose in unusual formation. .4 Maze Mama -mx game Q.,4.,f1. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION This organization is composed of practically all the girls in the school. lt op' erates through a system of committees. There are committees assigned to various types of activity, and they, Working together with the sponsor, Miss Selinger, assist the gym department in working out plans for posture contests, awards, swimming meets, valley ball tournaments, style shows, and last but not least, they put on a semi-annual party in the gym for all its members, a party which every girl looks forward to for many Weeks. 1 S N X msgs? K- .Ev NS X l f wi? S W N li x SX .W X . f , 1 J- A Qs as i s Q Q ... .W ,Q Q 71 1-'M ww 3 f wh' if ?Ff X. QA? xv .- .,- ' ,Av , N w.., Mp Q:-N. Sf- I K 'N ,195 x .b . xf x .-'S M,- , 413255 tw Q98 x-my ggi :fig .N Xg'31Sx Ng! 1- - , ,.: i ,fl 1-:Q-Jar, n .. Q vm ..f, ,, . Q ., 5 . Q 118 Same Slam! Un '7f14e13a Jfemli a 7Ual'cfz Me 7ee EH LEADERS' CLASS There is always present among the gym classes certain girls who excel in athletics and who enjoy sports and exercise of all kinds. These outstandmg girl athletes are in vited to join a club known as the "Leaders' Class." Miss Rolence has charge of them and they do extra work in all types of apparatus stunts games dances and swimming They make themselves generally useful around the gym Left pyramid: Row 1: D. Clouston, E. Dobis, R. Kuhlmann, R. Paule, V. Bele caster. Row Z: M. Richter, A. Wei- gand, E. Kannberg, M. Hillqard. Row 3: M. Weihsmantel, H. Veremis. Row 4: B. Ramaqnano. Center: S. Settepani, L. Fabian, B. Palazzo, G. Duzinski, N. Tarpinian, C. Brusenbach. Riqh! pyramid: Row' 1: M. Rago, D. Soar, R, Campo, I. Unruh, C, Maaqer. Row Z: P. Grider, l. Ger- hard, I. Pfaffendorf, A. Bessa. Row 3: I. Valiquet, I. Catalan, A. Tarpinian. GOLF CLUB Foreqround: Miss Ccddinqton, L Henson. Row 1: A. Bucaro, S, Sikor ski, I. Laude-t, D. Pierce, B. Kluch D, Lquten. Row 2: M. Melka, H White, A. Tresselt, I. Ewin, B. Ethe ridge, D. Dechow, R. Keyes, P, Grosch. Row 3: L. Downs, M. Eden hofer, L. Green, B. Veskauf, R Campo, D. Hochbaum, A. Voida, B. Schuham, E. Tyler tSec.l, C. Votipka, M. Otto. LL. wx... . , . GIRLS' GOLF CLUB One of the popular in-door sports is taking lessons ln golfing under the direction of Miss Coddington, an expert in shooting the little pill around the green Beginners are green to be sure, but they don't need the green to learn the correct stance the right dis tances to stand from the ball and the proper way to hold the clubs The novices learn the names and uses of the different clubs. ' . p ,ir ..W2 f,, , -- m.twffffsigsis-fsakiz X ,,,g,:.t. 9355+ :if iissswwt W. ,rs,Q.N?s F ZQSZIZFSSM 3 f llffgi. RWM, fewzm nap wp aww M Let's not forqet to qive CI cheer or two tor the jolly qirl leoclers thot help to push thot score up with their peppy yells. If you keep your eyes peeled on the players, you'll see those husky lords slip the slippery piqskiri to woitiriq homds in CI tricky ploy thot miqht brinq on the wirmiriq ploy. Then you should heor those rooririq rooters. Row 1: R. Faust, F. Iohnson, R. Bailey, B. Scharfe, G. Russell, M. Ottaviano fCapt.l, B. Kozlovich, C. Laws, M. Lanae, Ft. Fredericksen, E. Schulze. Row 2: E. Hintz, R. Wilk, I. Krus, R. Tune, R. Perzan, M. Zinner, I. Bullock, M. Zizzo, P. Sicuro, B. Novak, C. Zdeb, W. Baylian, R. Murphy, R. Miller, B. Saenqer, L. Pearson. Row 3: R. O'Brien, H. Berolzheimer, L. Giovanelli, R. Ziekert, P. Wieland, G. lankowski, C. Renda, E. Kapusta, B. Aerts, R. Ulrich, I. Bayuk, N. Ballack, G. Paloian, E. Tipshus. Row 4: W. Eiicksen, A. Rusin, G. Iohnson, L. Leone, G. Lorenz, D. Shoard, F. Dunn, H. Vinje, R. Allen, H. Rix, C. Kotars, I. Farley. Mew, ,wwe fum fm., we new em, Football, football, who has the football? That's the situation that has to be tackled at every aame. He's up! He's down! He has it! He's away! You'll hear this cry time and time aaain as the Streaks streak to victory. Fair weather or foul, makes no difference to themp the thicker the mud, the better they tackle. No doubt the word has reached all ears that the Streaks tied for first place this year. lt sounds like big stuff, doe-sn't it? Well just don't probe too deep into how we placed firstg it's a long story. Captain Matt Ottaviano did a aood job at manaainq the annual football banquet, held at Yonker's Restaurant Where leading players were presented with school letters. 7anAm Sdzfle the Spfrinlea4'.f25u4fz' CROSS-COUN TRY CLUB Around the cdrnpus they speed in good weather, otnd through the hotlls they dosh on cold doiys, ever conscious thot they otre rocinq oooinst tirne. Mr. Vesel, their sponsor is proud of them. BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM This teotni will olwoys be Cl port of Steinrnetz. lt hors been in the swirn for the past thirteen yeors ond its enthusiczsrn hots never dompened. Mr. Myles Hov- licek hos it well orqonized ond tokes qood core of his boys. lts record hos olwoys been proiseworthy. Upper picture: Bow 1: C. Chopmcm, G. Aresen, T. Fricono, I. Aricone, Mr. Vesel, Couch. How 2: S Stafford, A. l-lolmherq, H. Burmeister, W. Leschmonw, E. Moeller, I. Grande. Row 1: I. Pickett, O. Doumonion, M. Permcnion, W. G.iswold, F. Hart, I. Kctlir, T. Dyson, I.. Ouortetti D. l-lurdt. Row 2: G. Poloicn, M. Smith, E. Covqunkct, R. Nolon, F. Kolinski, I. Blunko, B. Wliittoker, H Buckeweicz, R. Eckert. Row 3: R. Ristou, T. Heid, B. Skibo, L. Tellschow, I. Goerqen, R, Snell, L, Net terstrom, I. Iohonsen, D. Anderson. Row 4: R. Ch muro, R. Demnicki, R. Wilk, R, Iuliiir O, Edwmds D. Sodowski, I. Berqe, D. Bucliweitz, G. Moen. I i 251 ca Bannea em fm Slaeafz Bu at BASKETBALL Seniors: Upper picture: Row 1: Murphy, G. Kledzik, R. Pofelski, Catenazzo, H. Iones. Row 2: Staick, R. Tracy, R. Cunniti, Kienke, B. Beckman, P. Roberts, Ahlsteclt. Row 3: C. Puskarz, I. C son, R. Basara, L. Sundquist, Reeqo, L. Bastian, fCoachb, Mr. Ri: hofer. Iuniors: Lower picture: Row 1: Wisniewski, G. Schmidt, B, Beci O. Batelli, P. Rizzo, V. Conosce Row 2: H. Paul, R. Melgaard, Panczak, F. Camasia, T. W Row 3: D, Anderson, I. Salina, Grey, KCoachJ, Mr. Rinqhofer. Three cheers and a yeah Steinmetz for our almost champion Streakers who managed to break the school record this year by reaching an all time high of 102 points. During the ten league games they won 6 and lost 4. They were entered in the city play-offs and Wound up the season by finishing fourth in the North section. .funky .feapefzfi .gap Une gall Uaea Ure Run Some "growed" tall and others short, But it makes no difference truly For there's some dope about the sport Where the score board got unruly. The Streaks played fast and furious And when the game was through, The sight we saw was curious For the score reached one-o-two. The games rolled on full speed ahead Each time new records were set: The rival teams looked on with dread For the Streaks were the toughest yet. The team's the best we've had in years Their scoring staked this claim: Hard work and patience rate three cheers These helped them reach their fame. sw., -.u Baseball Team ,, ,L,.,. ,.,..,:,,., . , .,.. b Row 1: R. Cunniff, R. Banks, R. Melqaard, P. Rizzo, P. Allen, W. Mac Duff, R. Starck, H. Schillmoeller. Row 2: C. Schwenn, V. Kamin, F. Canqelosi, G. Lorenz, R. Kennedy, C. Iohnson, l. Oliveto, M. Kita, F. Bava. Row 3: Coach Ruzicka, L. Kurka, V. Griseto, S a, I, Dil.eona1di, I. Bowler, L. Bastian, Dr. Criseto. R. Basaxa, L. Hollrnan, l. erin 7!ze Zia Slmiieu Pau Well "'l'ake me out to the ball qame, Coach Ruzickaf' is the pass word as the baseball season starts with a six-win bana. At every qame you'll hear the "Ump" cry, "l-2-3 Strikes you're out," when the opposina batters face our star pitchers. The team is really a biq hit this year, and the sectional play-offs ought to be an easy catch. lt's anybody's ball game but with everybody pitchin' in, the Streaks' battina average will be steadily on the increase. When our catcher can chuck the Wires and pitch a sensational no hitter, we know our Streaks will never take a third strike. 3: :Q , Y. if 5 Q6 M Q fx E.f!'7': :,' W5 Q1 1 H 1 N. ' ,N W X W S W - x. W I I .1 X .X-Q r , 1 ,A ggi X. A N, X ' f 14:3 ,fa g A , "Nix 'jf W 1.153 . , if if rx .-'. ii' Y Y 5. 1, gn Q sr Rim: ai- X. Q. f - ' - Q. W gf 4 'gag . "K, 4 x ' 'S ' W 5 Q Q yi, 15:6 ix? is 1' QW S3 ff 'J' Q ' w Q X za 'w'1 iff " wwf- 74 ' 3 X V " ' P ff 'ann 5, QM: EW ,lm . gif? ' 3: kv ,LST Q K , Q aa. Ei' "fE's' ui '1 ' ' QQ!! is lr Sf T W jsxw QQ 1 1 V' vis- A " "gm ,X is .ff Q In ge, Q 25H.N'Wg 'Ai ,f S Q. W , ' W X 1 . -' X, Y o I 5 'wiv Q f Q Q -. . I 5 ug ... Y A v Q U -.-X if SE A . xv S X W ww 11,5 'A I Q fa Q Q i 5 11 r 1:92 J 'R lwv igqjkxgg df? 354 .x Q. , 1? ,gk , as Jiiiifi it WF, , A -pf-,- Y. . , ' ' a . . 1 X 7 la C Q 1 I 'S arms! 7fze1f Ewa Um Gaunhgl ala? Upper picture: Lei! and right page: From row: Cdt. Lt. Col. D. Horst. Second row: Left to righl: Cdl. Major M. Parks, Cdt. Capt. W. Maqnuscm, Cdt. Capt. R. Humlemcmn, Cdt. Myfsql. E. Bayer Lower piclu'e: Cdt. TfSqt. W. Odeon, Cdt. MfSqt. W. Sounders, Cdl. TXSQI. A. Beck mam, Cdi. Sfsql. R, Williams. R. gay! rqcfcf ecaaallian lla Slain HB. Fcreqrcundz S Sui. Islzsviz, llii, LI, Col. D. Hzurst. Row 1: fdt. IXALTMI M. Talks Hail. Capt. VV. IVTJQIIIISUII, Hit. L ut x HUIIIKQIIIKHIII, Llit, Cup! H, Wmilk, Cdl. Ufxpi. VV, Scimllbuzl fait. Qlxyl, C, Sinn 011. ,Hui I.t. H. Mxtrlwll Hit, II IL. Syn! iii. st, Lt. H. Pauls, Cdt. ind Lt. H. Leahy, Qdt, 151 Lt, V mimic, Mdt. Frmd Lt. A. L.n1r1lm1d', Background: filly: Guam, Cdl, 'I' Sqt. W, Oduun, Quit. M Sgt. W. Suuzd-'fs dit, T Sgt. A. Bvfkllldll. 128 Eaadfi ani Ewicf Re iqn fn Une Ufficiaf Front raw: Crit, It Col. D. Horst. Second row: Cdt. Maior M. Parks, Cdt. Capt, W. Magnuson, Cdt. Capt R. Hanneman Third row: Cdt. Capt. R. Weik, Cdt. Capt. W. Schubert, Cdt. Capt. C. Stern. Fourth row: Cdt. lst Lt. R. Vondrak, Cdt. lst Lt. D. Sent, Cdt. lst Lt. R. Paule. Fifth row: Cdt. 2nd Lt. A. Launhardt, Cdt. Zncl Lt. R. Leahy, Cdt. 2nd Lt. B. Mitchell. OFFICERS' CLUB The Steinmetz High School R.O.T.C. Officers Club has been in existence at Steinmetz for about ten years. The purpose of the club, is to create a better understanding among the Officers and to inaugurate new ideas for the bet- terment of the unit. The club, together with SfSgt. Edward F. Frisch and Sgt. Charles H. Duckworth and the cadets of the unit, are striving to obtain for Steinmetz the rating of Honor School. This club, which meets regularly every Week, holds annual elections to choose the Cadet Officers who are best suited for the office of President, Vice-President, Secretary or Treasurer. I ' aim of every cadet officer to be elected to one of the ' t is the se various offices. rqfunq rqdp' ' Speak Zfncle Sam Cadet Captain Robert Weik, Company Coinrnander, Company A. Cdt. lst Lt, Robert Vontiiak Company A. Cdl. 2nd Lt. Arnold Launhardt, Company A. Row 1: lst Squad-2nd Platoon: lst Lt. R. Vondrak, S!Sqt. Ft. Bailey, Pvt. W. Blackmore, Pvt. D M'Ciintock, Pvt. E. Kranc, Pvt. R. Naqel, Pvt. W. Muzyka, Pvt. I. Silvio, Pvt. H. Muehrinq, Pvt. C Milles, Pvt. I. Spooner, Pvt. M, Sproveare, Pvt. A. Watanabe. Row 2: 2nd Squad-lst Platoon: S,f'Sqt. R. Rasmussen, Pvt. G. Hahn, Pvt. F. Cattelino, Pvt, B. Muzyk, Pvt. R. Borchardt, Pvt. I. Petiictt, Sat. R. Cinet, Sgt. H. Spears. Row 3: lst Squad-lst Platoon: 2nd Lt. A. Launhardt, S,f'Sqt. H. Anderson, Pvt. W. Best, Pvt. D. Arrnentrout, Pvt. E. Bosworth, Pvt. E. Buqno, Pvt. H. Frandsen, Pvt. E. Roses, Sgt. R. Sanders, lstfSqt. K. Schultz. Row 4: 3rd. Squad--Zn:i Platoon: Sat. N. Sackrison, Sat. E. Westcott, Pvt. I. Clarke, Pvt. H. Muzic, Pvt. A. White, Pvt. I. Iohnson, Pvt. L, Klekarnp, Pvt. R. Adrian, Pvt. A. Reynolds, Pvt. I, Zapatka, Pvt. D. Robertson, Pvt. P Hansen, T,fSqt. A. Haqstrorn, Row 5: 2nd Squad-2nd Platoon: SfSqt. D. Wappner, Pvt G. Haas Pvt. R, Lechner, Pvt. I. McGuire, Pvt. F. Kantner, Pvt. Pt. Ichnson, Pvt. A. Carlson, Pvt. I. KFAIS Pvt. I. Nelson, Pvt. G. Mielke, Pvt. W. Schlotfeld, Row S: 3rd Squad-lst Platoon: SfSat. W Thielrnann, S!'Sqt. R. Van Vooren, Pvt. H. Stenzel, Pvt. D. Millar, Pvt. D. Disney, Pvt. N. Cornelli Pvt. M. Bosworth, Cpl. T. Swanson, Sat. E. Heinernan, T!Sqt. W. Iedlick. COMPANY A The ninety cadets, cadet officers and cadet non-commissioned officers of Co A were qiven a strenuous course in the use of infantry weapons, rnarksrnan- ship, leadership, drill, and other basic subjects. Each rnernber had an op' portunity to dissernble and re-assemble the weapons that were covered in the training. Weeekly inspections were pressing tirnes for the cadets, shinina their brass and creasinq their trousers. Medals were awarded by the R.O.T.C. and other orqanizations for outstanding work. 130 Jfefz! 7wa. 7fz4ee! 404441 Jew 7564 Game Cadet Captain Wallace Schubert, Company Commander, Company B. Cadet lst l.t. Donald Sent, Company B. Cadet Znd Lt. Bobert Leahy. Row 1: 3rd Squad-lst Plat:on: SfSgt. B. Neder, SfSqt. D. Tansor, Sgt. B. Klawitter, Pvt. B. Spitzer, Pvt. I. Burns, Pvt, C. Williard, Pvt. B. Liska, Pvt. D. Weld, Pvt. l. Dinraica, Sgt, E. lolz, TfSgt. B. Henset. Row 2: 2nd Squad-lst Platoon: SfSgt. B. Leiber, Pvt. I. Dubrovin, Pvt. A. Beedstrorn, Pvt. l-l. Miler, Pvt. W. Dallman, Pvt. W, Arlt, Pvt. C. Misura, Pvt. H. Travvtef, Pvt. G. Allaw, Sgt. B. Wilson. Rcw 3: lst Squad-lst Platoon: lst Lt. D. Sent, Sgt. E. Krebs, Pvt. D. Thocle, Pvt. W. Schuster, Pvt, P. Iohnson, Pvt. B. Kruse, Pvt. C. Sedlacek, Pvt. B. Clark, Pvt. I. Sundene, Pvt. W. Dorweiler, Pvt. A. Nilsen. Row 4: 3rd Squad-2nd Platoon: SfSgt. B. Busse, Sgt. T. Thonsen, Pvt. B. Kaliszewski, Pvt. B. Spirko, Pvt. l, Siebeck, Pvt. W. Bevak, Pvt. I. Kuczma, Pvt. C. Hughes, Pvt. P. Mor.is, Pvt. B. Naggy. Row 5: 2nd Squad-2nd Platoon: SfSgt. Schaffer, Pvt. A. Betley, Pvt. F. McCarthy, Pvt. E. Satinover, Pvt. P. Hayes, Pvt. B. Spatafora, Pvt. D. Berqamen, Pvt. A. I-leineman. Row 6: lst Squad-e2nd Platoon: 2nd Lt. B. Leahy, SfSat. A. De- Tolue, Pvt. B. 'Witte Pvt. Varcuxalcis, Pvt. l. lacobs, Pvt. F. Gumma, Pvt. D, Kaas, Pvt. B. Kaas, Pvt. B. Nath. COMPANY B A great many boys at Steinmetz choose the B.O.T.C. in place ot gym. Here they get plenty of physical exercise as Well as basic training in the funda- mentals ot army technique. Obedience, alertness, marksmanship, courtesy, cleanliness and neatness are stressed in each unit. Each unit has a command- ing officer who takes pride in having his boys excel in all these points. The boys are called upon to act in various capacities about the school especially at evening programs when a detail is needed. an zz.: A. 0. We mu., zz... szww mr mmm COMPANY C Each company in the R. Q. has a commanding oiticer and he, with his as' sistants, take charge ot a unit. Rules and regulations are laid out tor the otticer, and he in turn expects the company to observe the orders. Each day is set aside tor some particular type oi training and inspection. The rigid discipline is good tor the boys and hardens them for future army service. There are rewards given tor good Work and of course penalties are imposed lor misdemeanors. Each unit likes to rank high in the year's rating. Row 1: lst Squad-2nd Platoon: lst Lt. B. Mitchell, SfSqt. Pl. Sharapata, Pvt. D, Fischer, Pvt. L. Moro, Pvt. Fl. Ewerlina, Pvt. I. Lowe, Pvt. R. Sanders, Pvt. D. Schroeder, Pvt. A. Burritt, Pvt. R. Hnat, Pvt. A, Pidwell. Row 2: Znd Squad-2n:l Platoon: SfSgt. I. Rossow, Pvt, L. Christiansen, Cpl. E. Smuda, Pvt. C. Crepas, Pvt. R. Snell, Pvt. V. Scalise, Pvt. H. Gross, Pvt. W, l-loeter, Pvt. K. Rasmussen, Pvt. W. Nawrocki. Row 3: 3rd Squad-Znd Platoon. SfSgt, H. Kulisch, SfSqt. I. Higgins, Pvt. P. Olson, Pvt. A. Warner, Pvt. S. l-la.tig, Pvt. R. Prusinski, TfSgt. B Behr, Pvt. D. Motzer, Pvt. I. Rutkowski, Pvt. R. Lizon, Pvt. lt, Andrews. Row 4: lst Squad--lst Platoon: lst Lt. H. Paule, SfSgt. R. Godlewski, Pvt. R. Szczcpanik, Pvt C. Granger, Pvt. R. Medley, Pvt. W. Nagy. Pvt. O. Anderson, Pvt. R. Santi, Pvt. L. Hezmansen, Sat. E. Monk, Sat, R. DiTommaso. Row 5: Znd Squad-lst Platoon: SfSgt R. Meyers, Pvt. A. Bartolucci, Pvt. I. Billiat, Pvt. R. Kruse, Pvt. P. Cattelino, Pvt. M. Iay, Pvt. I. Zapatka, Pvt. R. Peacock, Sgt, R. Olszowka. Row B: 3rd Squadee lst Platoon: SfSgt. R. Iorpeland, Sgt. L. Willcens, Pvt. N. Nadler, Pvt. R. Kolaski, Pvt. W. Marxer, Pvt, G. Haetner, Pvt. R. Litawa, Pvt. D. Nasti, Pvt, B. Gallagher, Pvt. D. Spitzock, Pvt. I. Leahey. C. Stern, Company Commander. Glam at Miss Iona Rehm, Class Sponsor, says that it has been a real pleasure to have worked with the students of this class. Gloria Addalia . . . in heaven when skating . . . "Lindy" listens to popular records . . . adores sport clothes . . . abhors braggers . . . loves to loaf . . . will tickle typewriter keys in future . . . G.A.A., Hall Guard. Valerie Ahlgrim . . . will specialize in latest upsweep and perma- nents . . . pajama parties are her hobby . . . hopes to land a certain "Dan" . . . stripes and checks are out , . . Elaine lohnson is her pal . . , German, G.A.A. Gilbert Allen . . . "Gil" will hitch his wagon to a baseball . . . sentimental music is his speed . . . thumbs down on feminine smokers . . . chicken stuffs him to ecstacy . . . Baseball. Kenneth Alstrom . . . "Whitey" doesn't go for "spongers," but he does like the small blonde gal . . . the swingier the music the better he likes it . . . dad is his ideal . . . Boys' Choir. Frank Altmaier . . . every one is Paco's pal . . . pork chops top the menu . . . millionaire ideas crown his dreams . . . "mom" and Mrs. Zwicky rate . . . sport clothes and slow music have a special appeal. Norma Ambrosine . . . likes people . . . her sign reads for tall boys only . . . good dancing comes next . . . housewifery appears in her tea-cup . . . Iunior Service, Dardanelles, italian, Etiquette, National Honor, Bowling, G.A.A. Donald Amundsen . . . "Ammie," Robin Hood's rival, aims his bow at lass with pleasing personality . . . loathes gum parkers . . . eating takes the cake . . . Aunt Viv and Mr. Welin hit the bull's eye . . . Track. luel Anderson . . . dancing and French fried shrimp please "Andy" . . . pajama parties are her delight . . . housewife is her goal . . . selects Mrs. Zwicky . . . "Lou" is her recreation . . . Student Council, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Erlinq Arneson . . . boy "Arney" is the contented type as long as he has food aplenty and the best in dress . . . stee.s away frcm club life . , . has a flame aglow right now. Ruth Aromi . . gets a bang out of baseball games . . . will design her way through the future . . . Mrs. Soderberg is tops . . . Ianice Olsen is her buddy . . . Green Curtain, Radio, Cheerleadeis, GLAA. Gilbert Arosen . . . cuts a figure on ice . . . sport clothes minded . . . picks the personality plus girls . . , deplores slow pokes . . . will travel the universe . . . Scandinavian, Sports, Cross Country. Edward Bayer . . . sloppy gals and women drivers are flat tires to "Ed" . . . he's a crafty craftsman . . . fattens up on meat balls and spaghetti . . . Alchemstein, Sigma Ouad, Council, Fixit, Assembly Police. William Beecroit . . . jazz and humorous humans click for "Bill" . . . rare steaks are as casual as his clothes . . . pole vaulting at his future summer resort is his ambition . . . Track, Letter' men, Swimming. Marilyn Behnke . . . modest "Lynn" claims no talents . . . steers her boat toward college . . . delights in walking in the rain . . . a family of five boys would suit her . . . Press, Green Curtain, Choir. Tania Benqtson . . . dogs, nursing and "mom" take the blue ribbon with "Lee" . . . Miss Iacobek, Bev, ham and potatoes are sweet "petooties" to her . . . Alchernstein, Library, Ir. Choir, Travel, Latin, GAA. Bertil Bergquist . . . bands and music, plus girls with person- ality, will be the key to "Bert's" success . . . Mr. Feldman is pulling for him . . . the big wheel is his interference . . . Bands, Fire Marshal, Orchestra. . Henry Berolzheimer ...J 'Hank" irons out your fender troubles . . . smash-ups are his long suit . . . dad's car is his bad luck . . . salami makes him strong . . . Latin, Track, Math, Football, Office Service, N.H.S. fan 194 7 Daniel Kumro, Class President, is looking forward to becoming a C.P.A. and has been preparing him- self for it. Ruth Biowski . . . "Ruth" chums with K.R.U .... has nose for news . . . seeks campus life at U. of I .... hopes lamb chops are on the menu . . . Green Curtain, Star, Edelweiss, Council. Dardanelles, N.H.S. Robert Birnbaum . . . "Battles" has the right tackle, and the fish bite, especially "Mickey" . . . reaches for success . . . dad's pat- tezn is O.K. with him . . . picks on women drivers . . . Pan American, Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band. Iune Bobzin . . . surrounds herself with post cards . . . finds diversion with the "Tags" . . . dreams of owning a swimming pool . . . has her eyes on receptionist job . . . Radio,' Dra- matics, Servicemen's Committee. Maurice Boock . . . will snap your picture any time . . . casual clothes empty his pockets . . . hamburgers keep him poor . . . lunch grabbers annoy him . . . Mrs. Zwicky is preferred . . Spanish, Advanced Camera, Treas. of N.l-l.S. Donald Braid . . . the diamond spa.kles for him when Cubs are up to bat . . . radio announcing is his future . . . smoking "gals" need not apply . . . Green Curtain, Tall Teens, Radio. Iames Brandvik . . . hopes to fill Senator Lucas' shoes some day . . . he casts for fish and brunettes . . . spends leisure convincing over-confident women . . . recommends reading for relaxation , . . Green Curtain, Latin, Radio Performance, Betty Bresnahan . . . pals with dad . . . falls for horsebacking . . . dates on the "Tags" . . . feeds on T. bone steaks . . . despises conceit . . . Concert band, Symphony, Dardanelles, Latin, Swing Band, Music Appreciation. Norma Brown . . . housewife ambition takes the lead . . . well mannered males meet her approval . . . Packards are her choice . . . sport shoes with dress outfits are out . . . "Mom" is "tops" . . . Etiquette, Fashion, Red Cross. Alfreda Brylas . . . the beach finds lerry in swim suit with book near by . . . future lies in business field with mom as guide . . . seeks the well mannered gent . . . Choir, Polish, Guard, G.A.A. Ruth Bubert . . . this gal will have a ripping time pursuing her seamstress career . . . admires Miss Cahill . . . boys respectful to girls are her pick . . . spaghetti looks good to her and tastes better. Charles Chapman . . . calling Dr. "Pete" with his rock crusher . . . he's the "phony" addict . . . gets his vitamins in Marjie's fudge . . . she must be petite and brunette . . . Talent, Choir, Latin, Quartet, Cross Country. Betty Christensen . . . mounts her Steed and rides the waves . . . returns with chocolate cake for Miss Haley . . . scorns over-confi- dent people . . . respects the cultured boys . . . Ir. Service, Dar- danelles, Stein Sten, Guard, N.H.S., G.A.A. Iulia Colavincenzo . . . hopes to straighten her aim in bowling . . . housewife role is her goal . . . Miss Ryan and Mother are her inspirations . . . As We Like lt, Council, Dardanelles, Italian, N.l-LS. Evelyn Cumming . . . "Ev" the world's best pizza eater, likes a boy she can look up to . . . K.R.U. girls are her joy . . . enjoys the boogie beater . . . Star, Press, Carrot Top, G.A.A. Marilyn Dart . . . dancing feet and tall blondes step up Mar's pastime . . . dress clothes and yellow convertible dance in her dreams . . . smacks her lips at noodles and butter . . . prefers marriage . . . G.A.A., Spanish. Don Delnick . . . "Doc" thinks he'd like to cut 'em up . . . picks Europe for the massacre . . . he's quite playful at "Weenie" roasts . . . that name Donald sure irks him . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Silver Streak, Polish, Fix-lt, N.l'l.S. Iune Dickover . . . "Princess" works the needle in her busy role of housewife . . . chatterboxes annoy her . . . Mr. Bradley pleases her . . . has globe trotting tendencies . . . indulges in French Lies . . . Spanish, G.A.A. Ray Wilk, Vice President, has not decided definitely what field he wishes to enter, but admits that he is giving it considerable thought. Vincent Diserio . . . "what's that number again," says "Vince" . . . give'er the down beat, "Chuck" . . . has big plans for advertising . . . prefers appreciative women . . . French fries and steak make his mouth water. Evelyn Dobis . . . whimsical "Iosh" will get mixed up in politics . . . will run for president of U.S.A .... can't tole.ate baby talk by her classmates . . . Current Discussion, Etiquette, Leaders, Choir, Pan American, G.A.A. Palmer Domenico . . . wrestling, boogie and short brunettes gal- lop ahead with "lack" . . . Kentucky Derby and Dad are this future iockey's ticket . . . Captain of Wrestlers, Baseball, Letter- men, Riding. Richard Eckhurdt . . . future salesman picks Miss Farr as his first bustomer . . . lively girls who will give ear to his chatter are his failing . . . scorns the cigarette maid . . . he chalks up time at billiards. Ruth Eichstaedt . . . "Ruthie" will greet you at the other end of the line . . . Mrs. Triebel is her ideal . . . tailored suits are her weakness . . . Edelweiss Verein, Fashion, Dancing, Silver Streak, Guard, Police. Io Ann Enqwall . . . "Io-lo" hasn't any hobby . . . admits she's well versed in book room technique . . ,. a turnabout at the rink furnishes her pastime, if her partner is a tall teener . . . G.A.A. Norman Ericksen . . . shooting pool and baskets take this engi- neer's time . . . cues his shots to Bob Mc . . . and Miss Farr . . . is stiff competition for Tracy over a plate of pizza . . . Talent. Elaine Ewert . . . "mom," Mrs. Zwicky, and Welsh Rarebit fly high with future medical secretary . . . crystal gazer sees a tall blonde at Roller Derby . . . Dardanelles, Fashion, Pan American, Stein Sten, N.H.S., G.A.A. Pat Fahy . . . "Wad" billiards for a million in a corner pocket . . . strong for Ford but not for leeches . . . pulls for the athletic Miss . . . has gym teacher aspirations . . . Lettermen, Sports, Basketball, Baseball, Football. Alice Favia . . . fast boogies passes up all clubs for "Al" . . . favors the tall teener in the opposite sex . . . out for a lab. technician job . . . Press, Star, Scandinavian, Ir. Choir, GAA. George Fick . . . "Vic" fries a shrimp the French style . . . lets Miss Kilgour sample it . . . prefe1s the cute short playmate . . . keen at clicking cameras, when not slumbering . . . Boys' Choir. Marilyn Finlayson . . . this Scottish highlander, plans a trip to bonnie Scotland . . . what she has in her wardrobe doesn't bother her much . . . Press Club, Star Staff, Green Curtain, 'Quill and Scroll. Helen Fiorilo . . . whirling around the rink and "cuttin' a rug" are Hal's delights . . . tailored togs appeal . . . she likes them tall, dark and handsome . . . admires her brother . . . feeds on chicken . . . Bowling, Etiquette, GAA. Donald Fischer . . . "Don" takes Edison as his model . . . would like to circumvent the world with Mr. Frelich, snapping as he goes with a dash of ice cream now and then . . . Camera. Ioyce Flindt . . . "Ierce" draws skating and spaghetti from her bag of tricks . . . dad and Kay make music with her . . . N.I-l.S., Alchemstein, Dardanelles, Pan American, Latin, Clean Up, Handi- craft, G.A.A., Student Council. Ieanette Fontana . . . the future finds "lean" dabbling in waving fluids and stylish hair-dos . . . her manager must have no five o'clock shadow . . . must be tall and permanent . . . mom and dad come first . . . Bookroom, Dancing. Dolores Frankenberg . . . "Frankie" likes to eat so expects to be a housewife . . . likes her sister. . . . has martimony in view . . . spaghetti is her delight . . . sentimental music soothes her . . Spanish, G.A.A. Rosalie Vernon, Class Secretary, is college minded and has all preparations made to be campus bound very soon. Vera Fuhrman . . . mom's cooking and delving in sports keep "Ronnie" healthy for her business career . . . Miss Haley and her parents are the salt of the earth . . . Dardanelles, Dancing, Guard, G.A.A. Marilynn Gabriel . . . "twinkle toes" gathers post cards . . . globe trotting is her goal . . . sister is her ideal . . . hamburgers are her diet . . . impatient clerks annoy her . . . Red Coss, Office Service, Library, Swim, G.A.A. Theodore Galuska . . . pistol packing "Ted," the pork chop kid, left his heart at Sayre . . . his subdued taste vetoes makeup and noisy people . . . has his eye on college life . . . his mother comes first. Michael Gaus . . . "Mike" has the photography bug . . . reads when he's not eating roast turkey . . . aisle congesters tantalize him . . . goes for blondes . . . admires Ben Franklin . . . Vis. Ed., Band, Math., As You Like It. Betty Gertsen . . . it seems she sews . . . sleeping gets its share . . . mother comes in for praise . . . prefers sport wear . . . lim and Gloria top the preferred list . . . Hall Guard . . . G.A.A. Adelaide Giorqi . . . a nurse in the making objects to plaid- stripe combination . . . tall handsome "hes" bowl her over . . . "Hey You" likes onioned steak on her flying travels . . . Alchem- stein, Pre-Medic, Council, Latin, G.A.A. Emilie Glewicz . . . riding through the country, Miss Kilgour at her side, camera on her shoulder, lunch in the trunk and a 5 ft. 9 at the wheel is heaven for "Em" . . . Council, Etiquette, G.A.A. Lorraine Griner . . . mashed potatoes and steak are her menu favorites . . . "Shorty" likes her canine . . . strikes the casual note in garb . . . sweet mellow music charms her . . . likewise Mr. Temple . . . Etiquette, Nature, Latin, G.A.A. Audrey Grote . . . her boudoir is well dolled up . . . to be owner of a car is her dream . . . rather read than be with false friends . . . Minutemen, Etiquette, Library, Student Council, G.A.A. Ioan Habel . . . "Hcbble" hopes to hobble to St. Olaf's college . . . will join the ice cream sorority . . . will seek admittance for her canine . . . Red Cross, Scandinavian, Alchemstein, Dar' danelles, Math, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Arthur Hagstrom . . . spends all his extra moments snapping pictures . . . even tempered Art has no complaints . . . has scoies of friends . . . milk shakes are his nourishment . . . tables the girl question . . . Council, Camera. Ioanna Halloran . . . "lo" has the Carmen bug . . . leans the South American way .. . , Uncle Sam will hire her . . . Miss Thorsson rates . . . pan cakes get her dough . . . boys annoy . . . Pan American, Etiquette, G.A.A. Carol Hamm . . . will try her chemical concotions on Mi Frelich . , . has a gift for clear discussion . . . Carot Tops, Cleanup, Fashion, College, Stein Verein, Hall Guard, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Elsa Hammer . . . likes to swim, dine and dance with handsome athletes . . . modeling will mould her future . . . but bewa.e of French fries . . . Latin, Scandinavian, Tall Teens, Choir, Hall Guard, Green Curtain, G.A.A. Richard Hannemann . . . big business man, "Dick" admires Mr. Temple . . . modeling buildings is his hobby . . . sentimental music sings of blondes . . . has aversion to lady drivers, not pork chops . . . Rifle Team, R.O.T.C. Gladys Hansen . . . "Skip" doesn't skip when embroidering for "Snooks" . . . look her up when you want to be beautified . . . she might serve hamburgers . . . Scandinavian, Movies, Silver Streak. Marion Hanson . . , skates and dances but prefers car riding with lune . . . South America allures her . . . frilly dresses and mellow music satisfy her tastes, and so do onions and ham- burgers . . . Spanish, G.A.A. David Horst, Class Treasurer, iastens his future interest on being an expert in the lncome Tax Field, and he has been working toward it. Albert Hasselman . . . "Al" beats the band for a quiet lass to share his music moods . . . seeks gaiety . . . calls for solid swing and sizzling steaks . . . Swing Band, Campus Crew, R.O.T.C., Band. Otto Heidemann . . . "Ted's" specialty is talking . . . stage door beckons him . . . stars intrigue him . . . steaks tease him . . . smat girls outewit him . . . Mr. Ruzicka attracts . . . Radio Per- formance, Green Curtain, Fire Marshals. Elsie Heidenreich . . . this steady model prefers them tall and argumentative . . . likes to devour chicken to the dreamy strains of music . . . "mom" tops the list . . . being on time is her pet hobby . . . German, Fashion, G.A.A. Genevieve Heidtlre . . . "Ienny" has the "take a bite and read a line" habit . . . has globe trotting aspirations . . . can't find an equal to mom's pastry and pa's disposition . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Fashion, G.A.A., N.H.S. Margaret Helgren . . . "Marqie" and "Rosie" will palsy-walsy off to Wheaton College and follow a religious life . . . admires Miss Landriqan . . . her repertoire is church music . . . Silver Streak, N.l-l.S. Charles Henrich . . . Spanish rice, sentimental ballads, scientific research, casual apparel and Miss Gruener are all in his treasure chest . . . but his hobby baffles the interpreter . . . giggling women upset him . . . Alchemstein, Radio Mechanics. Iohn Higgins . . . "Rusty" never lets his boat or skates get like his name . . . hopes to prescribe for McGinty . . . his pharma- ceutical tendencies get the dope . . . Marshal, Clean Up, Hall Guard, Library, Red Cross. Robert Holm . . . he's a "holm" boy, "that's for sure" . . . club life has no appeal for Bob . . . cars are his hobby . . . Miss Kilgour is his favorite . . . the unpretending Miss is his choice. Oliver Holmberg . . . stamps his approval on blue eyed blondes . . . hot dogs set him barking for millionaire row . . . a good model for sport clothes . . . salutes Mr. Frelich . . . Edelweiss Verein, Cross Country, Lettermen, Dance. David Horst . . . fisherman "Dave" reads as he waits for a bite . . . calculates on being an accountant . , . sociable girls can share his mother's dumplings . . . R.O.T.C., Officers' Club, College, Polish, College Entrance George Ivaska . . . "Iietz" will sail the 7 seas with Mr. Vesel and Dick in sailboat . . . plays popular music when waiting for a late date . . . Riding, Cooking, Chicago Yacht, First Aid. Lester Iaacks . . . twin dressers make "Les" see double . . . will soon sing the Navy "blues" to pal Henrich . . . "Mercer Style" music arouses him from his slumbers in time for his pork chops . . . Sewing. Marie Iahnke . . . watching the Cubs, mom, steak and ice cream sew up Mar's heart . . . waiting for the never ready friend tear a seam in her temper . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A., N.H.S. Lawrence Ianda . . . "Larry's" pin up girls are headed for mililonaire row if his goal is reached . . . radio engineer is his field . . . spaghetti is a must . . . Alchemstein, Latin, Council, Dancing, Pan American. George Ianlrowskl . . . huba-huba style in dress and mother's culinary art satisfy him . . . figures count with him . . . loud airls discount . . . pill pushing is a favorite sport . . . Polish, College Football. Irving Iaslnski . . . on the dot "Irv." has his eye on the humor- ous "Miss" . . . prefers the bar to the rail . . . music is the rhythm in his life . . . College, Swing Band, RO. Band, Sym! phony, N.H.S. William Iedlick . . . true soldier blood fills the veins of this plain clothes gentleman . . . his rare stamp collection may bring him riches . . . Fix-lt, Chess, Sigma Quad, Red Cross, Choir, Pan American. 'J 4 as ,yeh - P""HM i N X is . " "ii-r Ti use .S . ' HL. . Y 1 N T ,iv-,, st -5:9-Y X f is , iggfft: wi if ,ms - ,,,,,,.,, fi 5- ,X Xe, 2 saw .H . wise M , , , 9 3 -... 'I NN M' . ttt,giQ'gx. - luv .qs 139 Lois Iensen . . . music is the keynote of her hobbies . . . a hostess in the air keeps her flying . . . broad shouldered "he's" are her preference . . . Scandinavian, Red Cross, Choir, Hall Guard, Alchemstein, Library. Shirley Iensen . . . the chocolate soda expert will waltz her way to the life of a nurse . . . scorns conceit . . . hunqers for ham- burgers . . . is allergic to sports . . . Fashion, Pre-Medics, G.A.A. Antoinette Iertita . . . downs ravioli and spaghetti like candy . . . "Toni's" traveling points eastward . . . likes to dance to sweet music . . . Italian, Choir, G.A.A. Lawrence Iohnson . . . a man of few words but knows she must be a blonde with blue eyes . . . right now it's his mother . . . likes Mr. Downey's friendliness . . . he's a welcome veteran of U. S. Navy. Lorraine Iohnson . . . quick sighted "Bunny" dotes on carrots and lettuce , . . conceited people are out . . . in quest of the rugged hero in her travels with "Bev" . . . Scandinavian, Eti- quette, Choir, Stamp Collector, G.A.A. Ray Iohnson . . . believes in taking care of the inner man . , . music hits the spot . . . dog Ginger is his comrade . . . would enjoy a perpetual "gab fest" . . . engineering is his goal . . . Red Cross, Travel. Ioan Iorpeland . . . stitches and knits as any model housewife should . . . impatient "Iorpy" detests waiting . . . has the travel bug . . . Dardanelles, Senderettes, lr. Service, Bowling, Stein Sten, Office Service, Fashion, G.A.A., N.H.S. Zarter Kachiqian . . . "Zar" ought to have charms: she collects them . . . Miss Sechler is her pal . . . fried chicken hits the spot . . . the athletic dude is her choice . . . Press, French, Sports, Minute Men, G.A.A. Eugene Kamprowski . . . "Gene" hopes to travel to parts un- known . . . sleeping is favo'ite pastime . . . fried chicken and noodles renew his vigor . . . likes smooth, sentimental boogie. Maria Kantzavelos . . . gravel Gertie stakes her life on mom and pal Helena . . . likes fun and fancies the sensible gent . , . prefers sport apparel . .P . dislikes "ego" in people . . . sentimental strains appeal . . . Etiquette, G.AA. Marion Keske . . . hopes to scale to opera heights . . . looks up to her model mother and tall boy friends . . . likes mother's culinary art . . . Honor Society, Dardanelles, Stein Sten, College Entrance, G.A.A. Catherine Keyes . . . although "Cathy" enjoys 40 winks, she despises wood-sawers . . . this potato-pancake eating miss likes to be in the swim . . . Pan American, Zada Si, G.A.A. Patricia Kissane . . . warbling, dancing "Pat" refuses to don overalls at school . . . her vocation lies in business field . . . Miss Lyons and loan a'e her confidants . . . she caters to chop suey. Ioan Klassen . . . dotes on dining with Bill while listening to Preston Bradley . . . enjoys "dolling up" for her date . . . hopes to budget her household expenses . . . Fashion, Etiquette, Girls' Choir, G.A.A. Shirley Knekow . . . Shirl's numisatic bend might coin dough . . . hopes to surpass grandpa's fish . . . chewing pizza to slow dreamy music is fun . . . picks the man of dancing feet . . , Concert and R.O.T.C. Band, German. Ianice Knoff . . . "lan" mounts a steed and rides away with the "Tags" . . . sizzling steak shops is her goal . . . dancing gets her vote . . . "mom" tops the preferred list . . . Library, G.A.A. Dolores Kolar . . . trust "Dodo" with your secrets . . . beware of her cookery . . . this babbling nurse likes Mr. Bramkamp . . . excels in sales of football tickets . . . Alchemstein, Choir, Travel, Latin, Council. Delores Korso . . . "Dodo's" ambition is housekeeping . . . "Kay" is her ideal, but "Vic" comes in for praise too . . . chicken and mashed "spuds" will be her specialty . . . Concert Band, Orchestra, Band, Symphony, Radio. Irene Krzton . . . this camera devotee excels in "chem" . . . only blue eyed buddies need apply . . . don't "kiddo" Kris . . . Mr. Frelich is an exception . . . Dardanelles, N.H.S., Alchemstein, College Coaching, Red Cross, Spanish. Harry Kulisch . . . girls in men's attire make no hit with "Tiny," the huntsman . . . he's the "fixit" man when it comes to autos . . . appreciates dad and mother . . . Fire Matshal, Cleanup, Council, Guard. Daniel Kumro . . . this future C.P.A. is good at figures . . . a certain blonde is in the circle . . . will share mom's turkey with Dick . . . lets records sing for him . . . Chess, Council, Class President. Fern Larson . . . athletic "Fernie" will be an ideal wife like "mom" . . . she melts away over the ice cream freezer . . . her office job will net her many friends . . . Band, Swim, Pan Amer' ican, G.A.A. Amold Launhardt . . . this card shagk heaps up good records . . . looks for the best that life offers . . . aimless talk disturbs "Arnie" . . . dad is his pal . . . mother is the leading lady . . . ballads please. Iohn Lawcewicz . . . is on the "Mohawk" trail in search of his ideal girl . . . has no fault to find with God's country . . . his future is over the air . . . Polish, Fixit, Green Curtain, Bonds. Robert Leahy . . . manages to engineer his way toward Fore- man High . . . maybe the bowling is good there? . . . curious "cops" displease "Bob" . . . longs for juicy steaks . . . Miss Farr is tops . . . Camera, Ushers, Riding. Richard Leiber . . . the "model" boy has ideas about building . . . is on the beam in baseball . . . Dave Horst and Pop Pfeil are his pals . . . peroxide is good but not for blondes . . . Camera. Carol Logan . . . tropical breezes call her to U. of Miami where K.R.U. will be boogeying or eating pizza under palm trees . . . mother is her inspiration . . . Co-News Editor of Star . . . Scandinavian. La Verqne Lundgren . . . "Dusty" will boogey her way to the Gold Coast . . . gobs are plentiful there . . . mom and dad will be her chaperons . . . Clare is there too . . . Band, Tall Teens, Red Cross. Adelle Maaq . . . writing to a marine keeps "Kitten" in secre- tarial trim . . . plays popular piano for mom and Andy . . . Miss Rasmussen inspires success . . . appreciates good conversa- tion . . . Etiquette, Library, Council, G.A.A. Dolores Maehr . . . keeping a logue of records furnishes fun for "Dee" . . . the chronic late comer plagues her . . , waxes senti- mental over lobsters . . . Latin, Dardanelles, Service, Choir, Curf rent Books, Prom Committee, N.l-LS. Marilyn Maka . . . "Mickey" checks out the pessimist . . . struts to dreamy music in search of spaghetti and meat balls . . . favors Mrs. Zwicky , . . Latin, lr. Service, Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. lame: Malherek . . . globe trotter lim picks Mike and Lefty . . . hopes blondes cross his trail . . . deplores the crowded bus . . . admires "mom" and Miss Grant . . . misses rare steaks . . . hails Spike lones . . . German. Eugene Mallnowski . . . Uncle Sam wants "Pollock" . . . will study "watts" . . . Miss Sullivan and food appeal . . . has no time for imbibers and inhalers . . . elect ical career awaits him . . . Riding, Veteran of Foreign Wars. Irene Malkiewicz . . . lets hope "I" has green thumbs when she plants the seed for her medical career . . . has the crust ef. like apple pie . . . happy when on a skate . . . Garden, T'avel, G.A.A. Mary Markarian . . . dark haired Mary has artistic temnerament . . . prefers Miss Landrigan . . . slenderives on Ry Kriso . . . admits no talents but has he' ideas about long engagements. Carol Martin . . . "Bertha" the camper, likes to sit by the fire and eat . . . college clothes fit her taste . . . enioys coerettas and Mr. McBride . . . Student Council, Green Curtain, Swim. Germfvlne Martinus . . . tall. dark and smooth chaps dance away with "Gerry's" praise . . . hopes to finish college while working on art as a sideline . . . lr. Service, Latin, Dardanelles, Fashion, G.A.A. Leis Matthtessen . . . "mom" helps "Red" collect bottles . . . "Nimble Toes" travels to dreamy music . . . plays tag with "Tags" . . . hos Miss Sullivan and Miss Boller in her memory book . . . Carrot Tops, Latin, Tall Teens, Radio, G.A.A. Iohn Maxwell . . . will settle for nothing less than fi millionaire . . . admits np talents . . . driving his pal's car is his diversion . . has aesthetic taste in music . . . Miss Kilgour is his top note. Fern McNIurrav . . . street car transfers are her trouble . . , reckless bus drivers give her the iittefs . . . hopes to be a Spanish-English stenoaranher . . . Pan American, Current Books, Choir, lr. Service, Stein-Sten. Marion Melka . . . specializes in calisthertics so picks avm teacher role . . . swimming, dancina and skotina keep he' in a whirl . . . she's a pie face when blueberries are around . . . Latin, Golf, G.A.A., N.H.S. Antoinette Menotti . . . believes in the "Go West" slogan . . . thinks she'll meet a tall blonde there . . . hopes to escape cone ceited boys . . . prefers Miss Sullivan . . . Etiquette, Ping Pong, G.A.A. Mary Me sina . . . he must be tall and handsome . , . a million must jingle in his pockets . . . offers her housewife ambition in exchange . . . recommends mom as good mother-in-law . , . Italian, Etiquette, Red Crcss. Marie Mielke . . . purl one and knit two to the rhythm of her gum is "M's" pastime . . . prefers housewife role to that of sec- retary . . . fancies the casual togs . . . German, Knitting, Guard, Etiquette, G.A.A. Dolores Minerva . . . "Minnie" peppe.s up at baseball games . . . takes he ' l ' ' r sewing aong . . . selects teaching . . . polite people rate . . . punctuality is a must . . . lr Service, Dardanelles, French, College, N,l-l.S., G.A.A. Bryan Mitchell . . . favors all sports . . . has a flame in Lombard . . . an exceptional pianist . . . will study law . . . must have his Wheaties . . . College, Library, Pan Ame ican, Stamp, Chess, Choral, RO.T.C. Officers' Club. Rae-Del Mitchell . . . "mom," Buttons, Duke and potatoes strike "Mitch's" fancy . . . aims to bowl 300 and deco1ate store windows in her spare time . . . Student Council, Latin, German, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Ann Moersch . . . tall dark accordion player is popular with Ann . . . casual note in dress is preferred . . . still pondering on her career . . . travel will enter her plans, but not conceited people . . . Library, G.A.A. Kurt Mohrman . . . hearing western songs on radio reminds Kurt of his career---a ranchman . . . Wronke will help him raise cattle . . . seeks a quiet cow girl . . . favo,s Mrs. Fausel . . . Edelweiss Verein, Blitz. Elaine Moronq . . . would like to share "mom's" steaks with Miss Haley . . . it seems that "El" sews . . . an office career awaits her . . . slow, dreamy music touches her . . . Library, Red Cross, G.A.A. George Mosby . . . sha ps blondes who like sports will travel far with Georgie . . . plans to go on a sleeping spree after first million is made . . . military music pleases . . . Scandinavian, Radio. Donald Motzer . . . "Muz" is a plain clothes man . , . is dead against the smoking "tems" . . . his tackle nets him fish . . . the trigger brings the pheasant . . . treats D. Braid to "mom's" apple pie. Robert Mucxynski . . . skitting with Gigante and debating with Mr. Bradley is music to "Bawb" . . . has all the ear marks of a concert pianist . . . admires the quality of patience . . . Green Curtain, Radio. Robert Mueller . . . he just "bubbles" all over when it comes to snapping them . , . dives for "Georgea" peaches . . . his fish stories hold the line . . . po k chops for him , . . Council, Annual, Football, Basketball, Press, Star. Carmella Nasti . . . gliding along with Carmella Manella, is her delight . . . work is her hobby . . . tailored clothes appeal . . would stake all on French fries . . . Mrs Taglia pleases her . . ltalian, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Alice Nelson . . . this pet miss will design for many . . . smiles at kid brothers . . . Al practices her art on the Southern gentle- man . . . her fudge and cake have no equal . , . Band, Scandil navian, Book. George Nelson . . . man of few words seeks a talkative girl friend . . . football games are his pastime . . . mom scores with "Nels" trying to get family car tires him, but chicken peps hini up . . . Latin. Violet Nelson . . . intelligent boys and natural girls rate with "Vi" . , . craves steaks and bridle path . . . Student Council, Clean Up. Scandinavian, As You Like It, Hall Guard, Office Service, G.A.A. Burton Norris . . . "Big Bort" hoards snaps . . . business success is zenith of his ambition . . . so are Dagwood sandwiches . . . ad- ve1tising for exotic miss . . . Red Cross, Council, Discussion, Pub- lic Speaking, Pan American, Choir. Bernard Novak . . . "Red" whistles well . . . berates poor losers . . . hopes to sky ride for the marines . . . the moneyed damsel seems to please . . . she'll cock him and Kavanaugh tried chicken . . . Polish, Football, Lettermen. Donald Ohman . . . a quiet personality that weighs the situation . . . enjoys sports and casual clothes . . . romantic music sets him dreaming . . . sincerity counts . . . dad rates . . . enjoys doing homework? Dolores Olliqer . . . gossips are tabooed . . . skating holds tho ring . . . Mr. Bradley is her pick . . . mom comes in for praise . . . only considerate "he" men need apply . . . casual clothes appeal to Dolly , . . Latin, G.A.A. George Olszowka . . . "Olie" the medicine mixer expects to raise a baseball team . . . has the O. to the situation when it comes to billiards . . . sharp at Woodworking . . . Council, Polish, Sigma Quad. Marillyn Ottenbacher . . . matrimonial outlook accounts for her good humor . . . "Lynn" holds the record for record collecting . . objects to loose tongued people . . . she's a tailored "miss" who prefers ham and beans . . . G.A.A. lean Owen . . . "Shorty" hopes to be a twirling teacher . . . "don't double negative me," says she . . . Mr. Feldman gets her vote . . . story music entrances . . . hamburgers act as fillers . . . R.O. Band, Orchestra, Baton, G.A.A. Helen Paloian . . . exotic clothes and California sunshine finds her in a millianaire's home as child nurse . . . hopes they serve chicken livers there . . . Travel, French, Hall Guard, Stein Sten, Movie, G.A.A. Grayce Papp . . . "Pappy" scribbles a wee story while vacation- ing at Lake Geneva . . . the big rugged type is her adonis . . KRU seems her predominating interest . . . Star, Press, Green Curtain, Choir, As We Like lt. Melvin Parks . . . molecules intrigue Lem, the "chem" . . . bars the slack wearer gal . . . Chuck, Dad, and Mr. Frelich are his chosen threesome . . . future life partner must have personality . . . Council, College, R.O.T.C., N.l-LS. Will Petersen . . . builds his life around his art books , . . ambi- tion is to fulfill his ambitions . . . "mood" music furnishes him ideas for cartooning . . . Mr. Bramkamp is favored . . , Star Staff, Quill and Scroll, Press Club. Viriean Petretti . . . blue berry pie a la mode is "Virj's" failing . . . dreamy music pacifies her . . . hopes she inhezits a glass menagerie . . , Dantians, Minute Men, Dardanelles, lr. Service, lr. Choir. Carmella Picciuca . . . collects slow sentimental records and dances to them with a tall male . . . this casual dresser will be successful . . . has fun with "Tags" . . . active in lr. Segvice . . . Dantians, Math., G.A.A. Catherine Pinelli , . . if your diet needs attention, see "Katey," the expert dietician . . . reading with low sentimental music play- ing is a good time for "Kay" , . . idolizes mom . . . Nature, Tennis, G.A.A. Margaret Pivarci . . . it's chips for "Chips" when it's potatoes . . . bowling is down her alley . . . Fern is her ally . . . fun making cou'teous gents appeal . . . Choir, Dardanelles, Fashion, N.l-LS., G.A.A. Darrell Polacek . . . is interested in wave lengths . . . gets fat the milky way . . . seeks the cozy book corner . . . deplores unkempt feminine bootery . . . admires Mrs. Brennock and mother . . . Band, Sewing, Debate. lean Pontone . . . taking in the country with an understanding "fella" is the picture lean paints . . . likes music in any key . . . admi es Miss Polka . . . Star Editor, Press Club, 'Quill and Scroll, N.l-LS. Virginia Prestler . . . boogie relaxes "Ginger" . . . keeps slim to the beat of fast music . . . admires people who pay their debts . . . looking for a tall dark man . . . Green Curtain, Press, Star, G.A.A. Shirley Prim . . . "Sis' " grandmother offers best pattern of life . . . her French fried shrimps are unsurpassed . . . detests con- ceited humans . . . reading is her recreation . . . corresponding with friends is her delight . . . German, Dancing, Guard, Irene Prouty . . . "l" minces no words when it comes to pie . . . Arizona ranch for her . , . Miss Selinger rates. . . her conquests lie in the business world . . . Hall Guard, Sports, Ga den, G.A.A. Margaret Quilico . . . a veritable mermaid who aspires to be a Physical Ed. prof .... on the market for a handsome likeable male . . . French, Ir. Service, Choir, Dardanelles, Star, G.A.A., N.l'l.S., Press Club. Mary-Ann Ranallo . . . "Wimpy" has a good customer in "Mar" , . . aspires to be an expert in came'a world . . , office work will give her a start . . . distrusts conceited people . . . Red Crcss, Library, G.A.A, Beverly Rebscher . . . she's the sleepy-town gal . . . good lookers and casual clothes are a must . . . piling up the dough is her hobby . . . Ir. Service, Hall Guard, Dardanelles, Choir, Leaders, Latin, G.A.A. Iune Reindl . . . this keen pop corn kid advocates fidelity to marriage vows . . . gets her pleasure in touring about town . . . the boisterous and the perpetual late comers get no vote , . . Fashion, G.A.A. Edward Reininger . . . "Big Ed" hopes he has enough patience to become an M.D .... will try his skill on Stern . . . Alchemstein, Chess, Council, Latin, Math., Sigma Quad, As We Like lt, Or- chestra, History. Beverly Rensner . . . "Bev," the book worm, is an arm chai' traveler . . . yodels for tailored togs and mom's chicken dressing . . . admires Miss Ryan . . . detests deceit . . . Travel, Movie and Magazine, French, Library, GA.A. Paul Rizzo . . . admies the quiet gal . . . never tires of fried chicken . . . gabby people weary him . . . dreamy music satisfies . . . Miss O'Connor is his choice . . . Lettermen, Fire Marshals, Student Council, Swimming. Robert Roelnq . . . "Bob's" a scrappy chap when it comes to scrap book pictures, and basketball referees . . . mother and dad are his ideals . . . chooses p.inter's life . . . Choir, Sigma Ouad, Basketball. Richard Roto . . . is solid on the leisure side . . . riches entrance him . . . Miss Roy is his pick . . . admires the natural lass . . . hopes to be a great salesman . . . Clean Up, Riding, Current Discussion. Marie Rubino . . . steak and onions shared with her dark curly top is Maiie's favorite pastime . . . stays away from bossy people . . . keyboard expert seeks a secretarial job . . . Library, Student Council, Italian, G.A.A. Rodney Sanders . . "Sandy" shuns gutters when the ten pins are up . . . has a rare collection of stamps and coins, has no time for silly girls . . . likes comfort and craves meat . . . Stamp. Marie Sasso . . . "Chicken" pins her talents on bowling . . . in leisure time she writes to a certain soldier , . . has no time for curiosity seekers . . . hopes to travel . . . Checker, Etiquette, Ceramics, G.A.A. Iosephine Scalzettl . . . "lo" just about makes the ivory talk . . He's a lucky man who gets her . . . her pineapple pie entices . . noisy people annoy her . . . Latin, N.l-l.S., G.A.A. Don Schaffer . . . sketching "funnies" is Dan's hobby . , . looks to commercial artist field for future . . . overcourteous folk floor him . . . feasts on chile con carne . . . bicycling gets him places . , . admires Miss Kilgour. Laverne Scharek . . . Chinese food and dressy clothes are her specialties . . . "Lovey's" ca'eer lies along domestic lines . . . takes the medal for letter writing . . . will settle for Atlas, nothing less . . . Pan American, Nature, G.A.A. Thelma Schmidt . . . a devotee of "reel" pastime . . . western plains call her . . . likes to have the last word . . . Mr. Bramkamp rates . . . lr. Service, Dardanelles, Office Service, Guard, Garden, G.A.A. Elaine Schneider . . . "E" dreams of him with the brown eyes, as she embroiders her hope chest things . . . is happy when fingers are in the dough . . . Dardanelles, Choir, Stein Sten, Guard, G.A.A. Dorothy Schoefernacker . . . will operate the "Charm House" . . . Mrs. Hege and Ruth Eickstaedt get free massages . . . her male assistant will be tall, dark and ext emely courteous . . . German, f-lall Guard, Fashion, Dancing. Muriel Schroeder . . . to be the perfect wife is "Mur's" ambition . . . swimming and sketching are her diversions . . . fried shrimps and casual attire appeal . . . likes Mrs. Zwicky . . . Guard, Council, Swim, G.A.A Georgia Schultz . . . when it comes to girls, cats are out . . . suave, dreamy music entices this prospective model . . . likes to eat shrimp with her "palsy-walsy," "Bev" . . . it's the casual in clothes for her . . . G.A.A. Kenneth Schultz . . . future radio engineer loathes the vain person . . . bowling dates strike his fancy in his spare time . . . "Ken" goes in for plain dress and fancy pork chops . . . Fire Marshals. Doris Schutz . . . gum crackers bother . . . boogie pleases . . . loafing satisfies . . . dog "Butch" protects . . . fried chicken delights . . . dancing entrances . . . good dressers attract . . . office work allures . . . Miss McNamara rates . . . German, G.A.A. Robert Seaborq . . . "Swede," the fisheman, casts his net for a good dresses with good features . . . he'll be a happy sailor feast- ing on chicken and mashed spuds . . . Camera, Council, Know Chicago. Elaine Seefeldt . . . feeds on breath-taking murder programs . . . will land an office job in Florida . . . will keep in touch with Mrs. Zwicky and Marie . . . shuns people who stare . . . Police, Guard, G.A.A. lack Seldon . . . would like to play hookey to play hockey . . the quiet, thoughtful girl is his choice . . . mother comes first . . . Sereda follows . . . motors are fascination for him . . . give him boogey . . . Sports Club. Elmer Sereda . . . "Al" excels in creating friendships . . . rejects the chronic moaner . . . dons dressy tweeds . . . sister Angie is is his sailing partner . . . has business manager in view . . . Lettermen, Cross Country, First Aid. Grace Sherwin . . . along Chicago's lake front, either mounted or afoot with her dog tagging along is "Cookie's" pastime . . . confides in her godmother . . . late-comers bother her . . . Travel, Riding, G.A.1-X. Philip Sicuro . . . "Abash" rivals "Old Rip" . . . drafting keeps him sharp . . . a girl like "mom" would do . . . always present at the kick-off . . . Office Service, Silver Streak, Puppet, Football. Lorraine Sievers . . . collects perfumes . . . idolizes Carol . . . appreciates Peacocks . . . scorns sour faces . . . relishes tried chickens . . . dotes on Washington . . . aspires to reporter's job . . . fondles her maltese cat . . . Mixed Choir, Hall Guard, Staff G.A.A. Beverly Sorensen . . . a roast in the pot and a well-bred loaf at her side meet Bev's approval . . . Mr. Bramkamp is the favorite . . . catty girls are out . . . Scandinavian . . . G.A.A. Leroy Stamper . . . carries stamps even in his name . . . his collection is rare . . . you can picture him as a g.eat band leader, with B. as his partner . . . Sigma Ouad, Polish, Band, Marshal, Vis. Ed. Donette Stennield . . . nearby suburb homestead occupies the dreams of "Donnie" . . . a nursing vocation will fit her for the role of a good mother . . . Daidanelles, lr. Service, Latin, Orches- tra, Choir, Fashion, G.A.A. Charles Stern . . . would like to show Mr. Bramkamp how to make an "S" . . . Chuck doesn't suffer with insomnia . . . it gets his goat to wait in line . . . Basketball, College Entrance, Fire Mar' shals, Chess. Lillian Strai . . . her eteinal hymn is to serve "Him" . . . keeps trim eating strawberry sundaes . . . outdoor life for her . . . Ir. Service, Dardanelles, Latin, Choir, Seasonal Spo1ts, Hall Guard. Swim, Pep, N.H.S. Lennart Sundquist . . . "Shorty" excels in ceiling washing without ladder . . . sings ballads while meat balls sputter . . . handy with saw, but prefers bowling . . . U. S. is his career . . . Tall Teeners, Scandinavian, Lettermen, Basketball. Charlotte Tavitian . . . Parents score with "Char" . . . life in a laboratory is her goal . . . could fall hard for the tall athlete . . . K.Ft.U. is the dominant note . . . Star, Press, Swim, Prom, G.A.A. Iune Taylor . . . "Tiny's" pies ate tops . . . admits a yen for loaf- lng . . . will make a good secretary . . . likes spelling bees . , . don't "Shorty" her . . . Gym Sec., Latin, Dardanelles, Etiquette, Stein Sten, G.A.A. La Vem Taylor . . . "Lovey" will prove that crime doesn't pay . . . dislikes wishy-washy people . . . past master at spending money . . . specializes in eating . . . French, Seasonal Spoxts, Talent, Stamp, GA.A. William Thielman . . . "Barker Willy" has a chemical twist so turns to dog, "Topsy" for enlightenment . . . loves to eat but thinks homework is hard to digest . . . Green Curtain, Tall Teeners, Council, Pre Medics. Lillian Thor . . . her comes "Lil," the loaf lover, with cook book in hand, ma at her side, her dog Butch trailing . . . hopes to ensnare a Hercules . . . silly fellows, tabooed . , . Clean Up, G.A.A. William Tremper . . , "Bill" goes for malteds . . . repairs cars to the tune of records . . . promise breakers better stay away . . . seeks mechanical success , . . Emery Collins and Mr. Frelich get places in his album . . . Alchemstein, Latin. Rosemarie Troeskin . . . Ftosebud's spiritual bend will lead her to far flung mission fields with l-lim as her guiding star . . . the hymnal is her favorite book . . . Band, Da.danelles, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Robert Tune . . . Girls who drag on a fag have no rating with "Sunny" . . . crooning Crosby hits the right note . . . Notre Dame is his goal . . . Football, Track, Sigma Quad, Council, Fire Marshal. Rosalie Ve'non . . . friendly "Rely" is definitely club minded . . . laughs easy . . . contemplates college . . . lr. Service, Dardanelles, Star Editor, Press, As We Like lt, Green Curtain, 'Quill and Scroll, Minute Men, N.H.S. Harold Walritsch . . . ticker tape charms dependable "Pork" . . . shoit gals cnly, need apply . . . the loquacious ones have no appeal . . . show-offs arouse his ire . . . German flakels appease his appetite . . . As We Like lt. William Weizmann . . . "Bill's" inventive mind leads him to mak- ing hamburgers with his brothers . . . a lover of old clothes and popular music . . . street car waiting annoys him . . . Green Curtain, Edelweiss Ve ein. Marcine Wenqler . . . "Shorty" likes the Motor Drone . . . would like to try her culinary art on a tall, dark "he" . . . Spanish rice is her specialty . . . chooses Miss Selinger . . . Camera, Etiquette, G.A.A. Ioan Wiqqen . . . it's the casual in dress for "Wiggie" and chocoe late marshmallows in sweets . . . dancing keeps her wiggling . . . jazz is her preference . . . Scandinavian, Math, Alchemstein, Red Cross, Clean-Up, G.A.A. x as f "'9' -as kin Q w s A -Sf.. . K! ll 5 QW Q5 Q 52? ,iff lsr S .aug ,X wx ,R I iqx Rik X 9-X Yi-if 1 E4 4' . is fs 5233 .Si gs ew af Dr. Charles Schutter, counsellor for the lune class of 1947, devoted a great deal of time making the grad- uates' last year a pleasant one. Gladys Andersen . . . vows she'l1 marry . . . maybe a football player will hand her the diamond . . . keeps her friends through letter writing . . . Dardanelles, Latin, Cheerleaders, Scandinavian, Cleanup, Green Curtain, Choir, G.A.A. Blanche Anderson . . . exercises by dancing , . . craves the role of a model . . . easy going "Andy" has no likes or dislikes in clothes or food, but domineering people better leave . . . Green Curtain, Council. Estelle Anderson . . . this aesthetic miss seeks admission to U. of I .... admits an all around contentment in food and people . . . "l3" is her lucky number . . . Green Curtain, Radio, Latin, Ir. Service, G.A.A. Lenore Anderson . , . Spike Iones meets competition when "Lenny" fiddles . . . would rather eat waffles at night than do home- work . . . College, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Choir, Orchestra Student Council, Fresh-Soph. Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Corinne Antonson . . . popular music, tailored garb, scorn for the gossip, admiration for the rugged boy, love for Miss Farr, piling up records, all this is "Corky" . . . Scandinavian, Etiquette, Choir, G.A.A. Anthony Arriqo . . . cowboy Tony spurs on his "caballo" in search of ravioli . . . seeks the retiring miss . . . enjoys Mr. Temple . . . admires his dad . . . picks sport clothes . . shuns leeches . . . Spanish, Basketball. ' Mario Augozino . . . simplicity in dress, extensive reading, a commercial career mixed with a little piano playing, an interest- ing friend with a sense of humor describes this miss . . . Puppet, Italian, G.A.A. Dorothy Backstrom . . . "l3" is lucky for "Dot," Miss Landrigan is her rabbit's foot . . . live jokes, trips to Canada, her purse bulging with dough are the things she likes . . . Advanced Swim. Mary Baqlian . . . "Pee Wee's" secretarial job will interfere a little with her movies . . . this lover of ice cream and despiser of conceit insists upon a "he" with personality plus . . . Eti- quette, Ceramics, Guard, G.A.A. Hoy Bailey . . . "Professor," the brain, will cut up cadavers for medical research . . . Mrs. Fausel will witness the operation . . . hopes a dainty blonde will appear on the scene . . . Edel- weiss Verein, Radio Mechanics, N.H.S. Mary Baker , . . records on Boogie, casual clothes and chop suey suit Mary's taste . . . people who call her "Baker" come in for a roasting . . . if you need an interior decorator, call her . . . French, G.A.A. Eileen Baldi . . . "Vickie" is in the "souvenir pick up" business . . . a certain someone better be on time . . . likes to be on the go . . . Etiquette, Office Service, Red Cross, Italian. Daniel Balinski . . . "smoke gets in his eyes" when girls smoke, so he ducks for his favorite dish, soup . . . the cute girl who wouldlike a machinist for a husband is Danny's choice . . . Polish. Ada Balzano . . . a star at collecting pet records . . . a certain someone rates with "Mickie" . . . "Mom's" ravioli is great . . . Office Service, Cheerleaders, Dramatics, Council, Italian, G.A.A. Raymond Banks . . . you can talk turkey to "Ray" any day . . . talkative women cramp his style . . . this rooter for the Yanks sees a coach career in the offing . . . Miss Farr is his booster . . . Lettermen, Baseball. Diana Bara . . . refined "Dian" picks brother as dancing partner . . . would like to unearth Chopin . , . impolite boys are intoler- able . . . tries to keep her long sleeves out of chicken-a-la-king . . . Etiquette, Pan American, G.A.A. Lorraine Barabas . . . ice skating and dancing sandwiched in with writing a book are the things this "gal" likes . . . smacks her lips at apple pie . . . College, Stein Sten, Polish, Dardanelles, G.A.A. 194 7 Lenard Druss, class president, has chosen the musi- cian's career as his life's work. He has been an outstanding leader in his classy good luck to him in his work. Arlene Barcal . . . this stead snobbery . . . delights in writing jingles . . . toots for Miss Farr . . . mom and dad fly high with "Ar" . . . Choir, Council, Red Cross, French, Travel, G.A.A. y box office customer rules out Walter Barker , . . "Wally" is looking for height . . . Hornsby and Dr. Schutter are his ideals . . . the active girl who can play snappy marches and cook hamburgers wins his heart . . . Double Trouble, Engineering, N.H.S. Winton Barker . . . is a great follower of the football team . . . this bird wants wings . . . Miss Polks is his guiding light . . . his brother is his idol . . . hot dogs keep him barking . . . Double Trouble, Radio Engineering, N.H.S. Arlene Barkman . , . forgetters get no sympathy from "Ar" . . . lavishes her spare time on reading . . . has what is takes to become a writer . . . craves pizza . . . sincere boys rate . . . Cleanup, Camera, G.A,A. lleana Barnas . . . Field's champion saleslady likes yapping with the "Yaps" at parties and dances . . . tall interesting chaps make pleasant company . . . secretarial job is prefered . . . Cheer- leaders, Silver Streak, Etiquette, Choir, Guard, G.A.A. Amber Barrett . . . "Forever" would like to own a pet shop specializing in canines . . . would teach them acrobatic stunts , . . sociable quiet boys would be invited in . . . Latin, Music Appre- ciation, Art Guild, G.A.A. Iohn Barry . . . there will be no old truck around when Iohn gets his fleet of new carts ready . . . he'll take his small cute qil friend for the first ride . . . scorns "big shots" . . . Quartet. William Bartel . . . "Bill" r!an't go back seat drivers . . . the kind of food doesn't count just so there's enough . . . outdoor sports make him rugged fcr his futue automobile repair job . . . Drae matics, Cleanup, Camera. Elizabeth Bartelsmeier . . . "Liz" picks college career . . . is pulling for a dentists secretary's job . . . ice cream plates are her weakness . . . Dardanelles, Choir, l-lall Guard, As We Like lt, Stein Sten, N.l-LS. Dorothea Bartsch . . . oil paintings by "Dot" adorn her ultra modern beauty shop . . . Miss Blythe gets free waves . . . a jar of chili will rate a permanent . . . Tall Teens, Sketch, Edelweiss, Stein Verein. Orlando Batelli . . . IS Completely "Batts" about baseball . . . bagging buddies get his boot . . . has chemical makeup , . . his favorites are Miss Farr, Chapman and the quiet type girl friend . . . Basketball, Green Curtain, Latin, Council. Anneliese Bauschke . . . will entertain her grandchildren with her collection of programs . . . will be a steady inquirer at travel bureaus . . . banana split is her favorite dish . . . Choir, Dar- danelles, Latin, Edelweiss, Fine Arts Guild, G.A.A. Frank Bava . . . eating roast beef will toughen this lad for his professional baseball ambition . . . likes to talk things over with Miss Kilgour . . . pa usually wins the arguments . . . Talent, Baseball, Choir, Lettermen. William Baylian . . . friendly people, like Miss Farr, strike a happy note in Bill's heart . . . Diversey and Oak Park Ave. has a special attraction for this future gym teacher . . . Lettermen, College Entrance Marilyn Beaudoin . . . "Mar" is all set for college life . . . lunch pals and mom are her best friends . . . love sets are her specialty . . . Latin, Stein Sten, Dramatics, Office Service, Guard, G.A.A. Marilyn Bechman . . . "Dee-dee," Field's glamor clerk favors the boy chum who can out talk her . . . modern music and Miss Landrigan take first prize . . . likes to dine with the "Yaps" . . . Latin, Etiquette, Pep, Streak, G.A.A. Robert Becker . . . "Bumps" doesn't have much time for girls . . . enjoys comic strips and hot dogs . . . admits he likes to loaf and dance to jive music . , . would like to own a good truck . . . Math. Gunvald Moen, vice-president of the class, will study law after he leaves school. This profession has always been attractive to him. George Becksted . . . "Wutz" knows his move with checkers . . . rebels against "kibitzers" . . . shooting pool and trying to dance are his pastimes . . . admires Miss Kilgour . . . Sports, Tall Teens, As We Like lt, Track. Carol Bedau . . . only loyal people can peek at her card collec- tion . . . real Steinmetz rooter . . . has all specifications for a good pedagogue . . . Pan American, Dardanelles, As We Like lt, Math, G.A.A., N.l-LS. William Behr . . . girls attired as boys annoy "Bill" . . . monopoly monopolizes his time . . . spaghetti satisfies . . . wants to be an executive . . . prefers Miss Lyon . . . French, Ushers, Council, Dancing, Choir, Picked Platoon. lack Bennet . . . lack's going to marry a rich comely maiden and settle down to roast beef every night, if he manages to escape those women drivezs . . . Coast Guard, Current Discussion. Robert Benson . . . "Bob" would run a mile for steaks and potato cakes . . . would run a million for mom . . . will engineer his way to see Bob Russel . . . Choir, Engineer, Track, Scandinavian. Carl Berger . . . "Berg" would like to try sleeping around the clock . . . painted and smoking girls cannot pose for this commercial artist . . . likes Miss Farr and Mr. Temple . . . German, Dancing, Choir. Ioan Bernreuter . . . "I. B." claims her greatest diversion is a pack with 52 in it . . . admires Mr. Temple . . . T Bone steak hits the spot . . . Art is her career . . . Council, Choir, Red Cross, Office Service, Library. Carol Bler . . . "Curly" has her eye on the needle when making perfect suits for some handsome man who would be willing to offer her housewife job . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Office Service, N.l-LS. Arlene Bing . . . "Ar" is seeking a hobby . . . lim is the pre- ferred dancing partner . . . Irish lads surpass Van Iohnson . . . Harriet and Mr. Bradley are her choice . . . conceited people annoy her . . . French, Etiquette, Fashion. David Birdsong . . . his name and ambition click . . . prefers music to all else . . . likes the chemical world . . . will wo k on a formula to eliminate conceit in women . . . it's pork chops for him. Norma Biuotto . . . dotes on ma's cookery . . . sways to senti- mental harmony . . . will spend her cash on travel . . . friendly boys attract . . . piling up records is her hobby . . . Italian. Thomas Blackburn . . . collects stamps and hob-nobs with printers . . . thinks Mr. Holm is tops . . . shares broiled steaks with Foss and dad . . . overtalkative girls bother him . . Stamp Club, Local History. Ioan Blankenrneister . . . "Puddles" thinks a tall rugged boy would make a good husband . . . collecting school pins is her hobby . . . prefers married life to office dzudgery . . . is keen on eating . . . Choir, G.A.A David Blaydes . . . light casual music arouses this lover of lucre and rest . . . food of any description suits him . . . takes the prize for talking . . . chemistry interests him . . . admites the feminine type, leraldlne Blazek . . . working on a cadavers will cut short her loafing days . . . loves the dimpled darlings . . . Sketch, Radio, Council, Choir, As We Like lt, Latin, Chamber Music, G.A.A. Thomas Bock . . . doesn't mind stews if they are his mom's con- coctions . . . Miss Cahill's jingles are music to his ea's . . . he links golf with his creative writing . . . As We Like lt, College. Laverne Boettcher . . . will waltz away in a tailored suit to pick a farmer husband . . . will entice him with "mom's" chop suey . . . will keep her tardiness dark . . . Stein Verein, Library, G.A.A. Thomas Deger, treasurer of the class, has safely guarded the money coffers of his class. He hopes to follow an engineering course. Terry Boland . . . his strong arm lifts weight . . . wrestles with himself to figure out teachers' whims . . . will go into the high brow study of metallurgy . . . Bill Stadnik will be his partner . . . Chess, Math, College. Dolores Bollman . . . family life with plans of French fries and pork chops and a certain some one with her is "Doll's" idea of perfect bliss . . . Library, Latin, Dardanelles, Choir, Fixit, G.A.A. Ichn Booth . . . has an ear for ball game broadcasts . . . envies 240 average in bowling . . . is trying to get a 1947 car . . . hopes he'll never see a low mark in the next world . . . Stage Crew. Lois Borchelt . . . "America's" Dairy Land is Lowie's future home . . . loafing over her scrap book gives her a thrill . . . sweet music played by Miss Farr entertains this lady . . . Red Cross, Council, Choir. Theresa Bosek . . . this needle girl likes to loaf with her Canines . . . Perry hopes to see South America . . . dagwood sandwiches and chicken fries rate . . . French, Red Cross, Choir, G.A.A. Richard Bouchard . . . has yen for musical career, but fears sleep will interfere . . . hopes to surpass his brother in ping pong and golf . . . maybe a rich "gal" will cross his path. Ioan Bowman . . . somebody's secretary wants to grow tall . . . tuning off Sunday ball game broadcasts keeps her occupied . . . chooses piano playing . . . Pan American, Ir. Service, Travel, Hall Guard, Choir, Current Books. Arthur Brand . . . this young skipper dives into chop suey with Mr. Nalecz . . . will stick to the stamp collecting hobby . . . tobogganing gives him a thrill . . . sport clothes keep him covered . . . Clean Up. Winnilred Brahms . . . "Win" will ride to win a big lamb roast , . . canters to Mr. Thompson . . . idolizes her parents . . . cross faces get the X . . . athletic boys are her pick . . . Travel, Edelweiss, G.A.A. Patsy Bridwell . . . "Pat" gobbles up turkey in a polite manner as she feasts her eyes on her favorite canine pictures . . . urges legislation against crowded buses . . . French, Dance, Choir, Office Girl. Beverly Brodersen . . . never tires of ice cream and cake . . . eating is pleasant pastime . . . bowling keeps her in condition for that unusual secretarial position . . . As We Like lt, Stein Sten, G,A.A., N.H.S. Marie Broeski . . . listens to slow dreamy music while frying her favorite bacon and egg breakfast . . . will invite Mr. Ruzicka to work in. her beauty parlor . . . recommends Al as a dancer . . . Fashion, G.A.A. John Broseqhini . . . homework doesn't agree with Iohnny boy . . . spaghetti and meat balls make a better diet . . . sailor's life interests him . . . evenings at the rink delight him . . . Choir, Talent. Lenore Bruhn . . . "Mickie" likes the name of lack . . . thinks Miss Feely is great . . . piano playing and pizza eating are her pastimes . . . tries for superior grades . . . Riding, Seasonal Sports, Library, G.A.A. Claire Brusenbach . . . sleeps, eats and dreams of gymnastic achievements . . . roast beef is the preferred menu . . . Dar- danelles, Cheerleaders, Latin, Office Service, As We Like lt, Green Curtain, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. Eugene Bubien . . . this coming 6'-4" will snap a picture of your mouth when he gets you in the dentist chair . . . Green Curtain, Stage Crew, Latin, Fixit, Chorus, Student Council, As We Like lt, N.l-l.S. Edmund Buqno . . . this future super salesman is "Bugs" about car riding . . . goes for swing music, sociable girls and Mr. Ruzicka . . . his mouth waters for fried chicken, southern style . . . Riding, Sigma Quad. Ioan Forest, capable and friendly, was the class secretary. She hopes to become a business secre- tary. She will be an asset to any office. George Bull . . . friendly, unpainted girls can share "Bulls" mashed potatoes and roast pork . . . has the football craze . . . wouldn't mind being picked for the "All Star" . . . selects popu- lar melodies . . . Football Team. Iames Bullock . . . girls that smoke burn "lim" up , . . hopes to be a fire fighter . . his knowledge of chemistry might lead to new discovery in fire extinguishers . . . Camera, Lettermen, Tall Teens, Football. Ilene Byars . . . sour faces will get no ride in her car . , . Miss Selinger merits praise . . . sharp dressers and good natured buddies are welcome . . , reading is "l's" pleasure . . . Likes turkey . . . Etiquette, G.A.A. Robert Caflisch . . . "Bob," the all around handy man will exhibit his model toy railroad . . . makes a racket over tennis and chicken . . . Star Staff, Sigma Quad, Tall Teens, Camera, Police, Engineering. Richard Calabrese . . . excels in drafting . . . likes baked ham . . . passes time trying to figure out "wimmen" . . . falls for beauty and brain combination . . . French, Assembly Police, Swim, Lettermen, College Entrance, Messenger. Frank Camasta . . . enjoys a good roast after rousing basket ball games with Panczak at his side . . . personality is a must in the girl question . . . admires Miss Kilgour . . . Lettermen, Talent, Basketball. Rosemary Campo . . . "Ho" confesses she has a certain some one . . . claims she has no hobby . . . the medical profession calls her . . . Anne Rizzo and Mr. Bradley rate . . . Riding, Golf, Eti- quette, Latin, Library, G.A.A. Allen Carlsen . . . there'll always be radios if Al has his way . . . he'll specialize in making better ones . . . Col. Moody's memory is his inspiration . . . bobby socks bring down unfavor- able comment . . . a devotee of hockey. Gladys Carlson . . . at home at the wheel . . . croons to sentie mental strains . . . pleated skirts are her p essing engagements . . . chicken slips down easily . . . mother and dad are exhibits one and two . . . Scandinavian, G,A.A. Marvin Carlson . . . spends leisure looking for Ford parts . . . sophisticated girls get the front seat . . . fellows af aid to part with money ring up a "no sale" with him . . . finds Mr. Sheehan pleasant company. Rosemary Caruso . . . her perfume bottles are worth many a scent to her . . . mother has made the pattern of a perfect wife for her . . . moody people pester her . . . ltalian, Dress Design, G.A.A. Iames Cassin . . . everyone pleases "Beans" . . . country drives are his pet pastimes . . . a chain ot business stores is his dream . . . variety in music and plenty of sport clothes is what "B" likes . . . Cleanup. Rocco Catenazzo . . . "Fi:eplug" would go through fire and water for Miss Farr . . . will use his law degree to settle disputes with Wolz . . . admires Lou Pcssehl . . . Basketball, College, Hall Guard, Fire Marshal. Iune Charles . . . chop suey "Chuckles," plans on being a home- maker for a polite considerate gentleman who skates, dances, and prefers tailored ga.b for women , . . Etiquette, Pan American . . . Baton Twirling. Laverne Charles . . . "Toots" pals with Morpheus . . . sour faces and untidy boy chums get none of her fried chicken . . . Choir, lr. Service, Green Cu.tain, Advanced Swim, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Louis Chatrocp . . . homeworking causes too much interference with "Lou's" turkey dinners . . . Renda and he are roller rink devotees . . . this clever automobile fixer will be satisfied if he makes good in his future. Ieanne Chilson . . . could stand growing pains if they would tack on a few inches . . . neatness in dress and lots of good food are popular with "lean" . . . Baton Twirling, Dramatics. Dolores Christensen . . . "Christie" enioys "Heavenly Devil's' angel cake . . . will take dictation from her boss only . . . spends her leisure with Lois and Corky . . . happy fellows please her . . . Scandinavian, Etiquette, Office Service, Hall Guard. Dolores Chutka . . . sweet sentimental music, roast chicken ln the oven, Miss Thorsson as her guest is a perfect setting for "Chuck" . . . is ambitious to become a secretary . . . Stein Sten, Etiquette, Spanish, G.A.A. Ierome Ciasto . . . loud clothes, boogie music, and mashed spuds make up the theme song played by this harmonica kid . . . he says a good mechanic is always in demand . . . Polish. Rose Ciringione . . . dotes on dancing with Nick as a partner . . . Florida sunshine calls her . . . high heels lift her spirits . . . traveling is one of her future dreams . . . ltalian, Choir, G.A.A. Ellen Clarke . . . "El," the pork chop kid, turns a deaf ear to loquacious people . . . Miss Sechler pleases . . . pin collecting is sharp . . . spends leisure listening to records . . . Stein Sten, French, Knitting, G.A.A. Gloria Clausen . . . "Scotty" is first assistant to her dad in his garage . . . dances in her spare time . . . admires Mrs. Hadley . . . Latin, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Student Council, Choir, Hall Guard, History, GJ-LA. Dorothy Clouston . . . "Pud" likes Bea and Barb . . . has not chosen a hobby and prefers not to state her ambitions . . . Latin Stein Sten, Fine Arts, Travel, Cheerleaders, Knitting, Leaders: Choir, GJ-LA., N.H.S. Louis Colletti . . . "Zoot" aims for success . . . navy awaits him . . . has night mares about low marks . . . likes sweet low music . . . country air invigorates him . . . thinks Mrs. Taglia is great. Clark Collins . . . hums "lf You Knew Susie" as he tinkers away at his old ialopy . . . sleep consumes his spare moments . . . sees Bullock and Miss Roy in his dreams . . . Tall Teens, Riding. Richard Conklin . . . dog appeal in Dick will take him to Con- necticut where he will become a training master . . . would like his mom and Miss Thorsson as assistants to help him with his flat tires. Lois Conn . . . "Loie" holds the record for buying clothes . . . hopes her marriage will land her in California . . . roast pork is her favorite dish . . . Stein Sten, Edelweiss Verein, Choir, Office Service, G.A.A. 0 Vincent Conoscenti . . . sketches for fun and dances for recreation . . . high diving "Con" sets his cap for a brunette . . . basketball coach and swimming instructor are his plans . . . Fire Marshal, Lettermen, Basketball Team. Ioan Counil-ian . . . "Io" dotes on black olives . . . has fun with Miss Farr . . . aspires to be a professional songbird . . . can supply you with any record . . . Latin, French, Choir, Office Service, Quartet, G.A.A. Edward Covqanka . . . "Eddie" iusses with gas motors . . . if his engineer job nets him good money he'll choose a life partner like lane Russell . . . will invite Mr. Havlicek to taste ,lane's pumpkin pie . . . Lettermen, Sigma 'Ouad. Doris Cox . . . a lad with a good sense of humor may share "Dorie's" company, provided he brings along the chicken . . . hopes her drawing ability will bring her a full purse . . . Scan- dinavian, French, G.A.A. Vivian Cronch . . . hopes to meet Cupid at Sai Gai . . . "lo" is her pal . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . a blue eyed sailor would iill the bill . . . Choir, Ir. Service, Stein Sten, Travel, G.A.A. Matthew Czarnik . . . "Mickey," the fish, electrifies the crowd with his strokes . . . charms the maids with his sport shirts . . admires Gary's ties . . . steers. away from loquacious dames . . . Council, Boys' Choir. Raymond Czarny . . . "Ray's" sketching life will supply him with plenty to buy all the potato chips that he can consume . . . spurns the overtalkative girl . . . never turns down pork chops . . . Cartoon, Swim. Robert Deqer . . . would like to see ankle length dresses come back . . . frowns on smoking "tems" . . . is out to catch the lunch thieves . . . Double Trouble, Engineering, Band, Concert Orchestra. Thomas Deqer . . . this champion wood-carver will cycle about with Wendt, eating carrots and sharpening pencils as he preaches about the blessings of a bachelor . . . Double Trouble, Engineering, Minute Men, Wrestling. Evauqhn De Laet . . . picks nursing as her career and would like to give rude people a shot in the arm . . . finds talking a pleasing pastime . . . Bed Cross, Fashion, Ir. Service, College, Latin, G.A.A. Mary De Night . . . be careful or "Mickey" will cop your photo- graph for her collection . . . her life is one big picnic with Miss Landrigan as the star food consumer . . . beef barbecues will be her specialty. Dolores De Rosier . . . quiet Dolores has little to say about here self but hopes to be happy in the career that she chooses . . . is fond of all types of music . . . G.A.A. Frank Diakaki . . . he'll settle down as a quiet gentleman after his football days are over . . . will be "big butter and egg" man with the friendly smile . . . his specialty is steak . . . Camera, Fire Marshal. Carmella Di Leonardi . . . feasts her ears on good music . . . dotes on chicken and "spuds" . . . browses among good books . . . chums with talkative boys . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Fashion, Stein Sten, Latin, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Charlotte Dobner . . . "Char" feels best in casual garb . . . chop suey is her speed in food . . , dreamy music soothes her nerves . . . people who go back on their word are out . . . Latin, G.A.A. Lenard Druss . . . only a future teeming with music, good, bad and otherwise, appeals to "Len" . . . he'd like to be Woody Herman's double . . . his life partner must like music . . . Bands, Orchestras, Talent, Sigma Quad. Helen Eel: . . . radio mystery stories, and collecting post cards, passes the time for Wrigley's best customer, "Pinkee" . . . doesn't like boresome people . . . thinks Mr. Temple is great . . . Choir, Council, Fashion, Latin, Scandinavian, G.A.A. Lucille Etfinqer . . . "Lou" is chicken hearted when it comes to food . . . hopes to own a helicopter . . . sentimental music cheers her . . . looks to Mr. Weaver for interior decorating hints . . . Scandinavian, G.A.A. Betty Eqner . . . insincere co-eds disappoint "Betsy" . . . sees a big future in beautifying homes . . . she's the dill pickle kid . . . her sister is the spice of her life . . . Know Chicago, Pan Ameri- can, G.A.A. Dorothy Ehlend . . . lively "Dot" enjoys parties, dancing and Dr. Bradley . , . Purdue College holds her future in the balance . . . frowns on domineering folk , . . loves clothes . . . Camera, Red Cross, Choir, Star, Silver Streak, G.A.1-X. Armin Enqelhardt . . . the "know-it-all" need not expect one of Armin's souvenir knives . . . peppy lassies cut a figure with "Arm" . , . engineering ambition makes him anxious to travel the universe. Walter Erichsen . . . peaceful "Wally" detests complainers . . . beauty and brains are a must in his choice of girls . . . has a yen for cherry pie . . hill billy music appeals . . . Football, Track Team. Marion Ernest . . . dancing "Rusty" thinks Miss Feely is tops . . . writing lyrics for songs might bring her fame . . , pork chops and apple sauce sounds good to her . . . Cargot Top, Council, Pan American, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Alice Esayena . . . plans to spend her future in a laboratory . , . . . . hopes to see Miss Thorsson there . . . confides in sister "Lil" . . . bowling and traveling interest her . . . hopes pa's money holds out . . . Pan Ame,ican, Dramatics. Louise Fabian . . . "Breezy" breezes along in her swimming pool . . . likes "Stormy" weather best . . . goes for ice cream and Miss Rolence . . . wants to be a secretary . . . Swim, Hall Guard, Pan American, G.A.A. Thomas Farley . . . "Spider" likes the "pause that ref:eshes" . . . shares his strawberries with sweet blondes . . . look him up when you want to re-tire, he's the coming auto mechanic . . . Miss Farr is his friend. lames Farwiq . . . extreme clothes and good looking gills paint a lasting impression on "Stoch's" artistic imagination . . . future first nighter at "ritzi' theaters . . . classical music, jazzed, hits a sour note . . . Sketch, French. Iulia Favia , . . knows her pigs for her collection shows it . . . she pegks up when it comes to dogs . . . hot tamales and casual clothes come on the "must" list . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. lack Ferrara . . . enjoyed his stay at Steinmetz but is anxious to get into action in the business world . . . admits he thinks the bed is pretty nice especially on cold mornings. Sam Fiducci . . . only the lass with charm and good grooming will get a bid to sky ride in Sam's plane . . . how he loves roast beef . . . As You Like lt , . . Green Curtain, Choir, Silver Streak. Beatrice Field . , . in years to come she might be Dr. Field . . . Mrs. Hadley will get free service . . . will lead a campaign against bad manners in restaurants . . . Latin, Library, Knitting, Choir, G.A.A. Geraldine Filipowski . . . letter writing might end up in a mar- riage date for "Dean" . . , hope she won't try her horse training tactics on the Irishmen . . . downs Seven Up . . . Double Trouble, Red Cross, Choir, G.A.A. Doris Finch . . . "Derry," the book worm type, takes time out for dancing . . . figures on being a C.P.A .... admires Miss Polka . . . cracks down on gum cracking . . . Council, Tall Teens, Latin, Red Cross, G.A.A. Frank Fiore . . . "Fogie" is a baseball fan but will go in for being a music instructor . . . strictly solid music and girl who doesn't smoke gets his vote . . . Boys' Sewing, ltalian. Marguerite Fisher . . . Marge will glamcrize your old furniture with her painting ideas . . . would like to be in the hall of fame . . . As We Like It, Red Cross, Latin, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Lois Fitzgerald . . . this young lady refuses to be rushed . . . a talented seamstress and accordion player wants fashions as her career . . . collects post cards . . . is aiming at N.W. University . . . Fashion, Home Nursing. Iames Flynn . . . pizza picking "Mickey" goes pheasant hunting . . . is happy in overalls working a press with Mr. Nalecz at his side , . . a sure shot at pool . . . Double Trouble . . . Italian. Francis Folena . . . turn off the hot jazz when Frank steps in . . . prefers brunettes with brains . . . he's a bgain when it comes to science . . . Tall Teens, As We Like lt, Radio Mechanics, Latin, N.l-l.S. Ioan Forest . . . some nice football player would be an answer to her prayer for happiness . . . the sputter of roasting weenies is music to "Grandma" . . . advises towels for careless sneezers . . . Fixit, Council, Sports, G.A.A. Arne Foss . . . sharp clothes, rich desserts, sweet, low music are the things he likes . . . corny jokes should be tabled . . . aspires to become a construction engineer . . . has oodles of coins and stamps . . . Scandinavian, Stamp. Lillian Frankenberger . . . "Lil" sings hymns as she passes her time at homework . . . Florida skies beckon . . . good natured males attract . . . Miss Roy, E. Clarke and steaks are on pre- ferred list . . . Carrot Top, Knitting, G.A.A. Roberta Froberg . . . reads as she walks . . . dreams as she flies her own plane , . . doesn't mind a roasting when lt's in a pot . . . is headed toward teaching . . . Fixit, Latin, Alchemstein, Cole lege, G.A.A. Richard Froehbrodt . . "Dick's" photographic ability keeps him in the dark . . . chemical analyst job will restrict him to overalls and T. shirts . . . Mr. Downey and Kumro ae his favorites . . . Latin, Camera, Band, Orchestra. Helen Frye . . . the coming Ethel Barrymore sets her eyes on college life . . . admres Miss Landrigan . . . Pan American, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, G een Curtain, Fine Arts Guild, As We Like It, Choir, Student Council, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Arthur Galla . . . "Art" has the money craze . . . high brow tendencies call for highly cultured ladies as his friends . . . abhors crowded street cars . . . admires Teddy Roosevelt . . As We Like lt, Alchemstein. Melvin Garbark . . , "Doc" picks a ranch to do his cartooning . . . outings with the club and chats with Mrs. Young amuse him . . . As We Like lt, Stage Crew, Cartoon, Council, Latin, N.H.S. Katherine Gartner . . . "Katy," the brush and book girl, paints a future of typing 100 words a minute . . . prefers steaks for nour- ishment . . , Stein Verein, Edelweiss Verein, Fresh,-Soph. Choir, G.A.A. Betty Gash . . . Betsy frequents the C.Y.C. to get ideas for her book . . . admires Miss Kinderman . . . enjoys eating strawberries with Mary De Night . . . worships her dad . . . office work will suit her. Hope Gust . . . the last word in fashions, would chuck it all for "Chuck" . . . "Nikkie," the clothes stylist, hopes to mix ca'eer and marriage . . . mother is her ideal . . . Cheerleaders, Eti- quette, Silver Streak, Star. Shirley Gatterdam . . . French fascinates her . . . ping pong rushes her . . , turkey fills her . . . football games stir her . . . sport clothes clothe her . . . conceited people disturb her . . . good manners please her . . . French, G.A.A. Helen Gaydula . . . the commercial world calls "Speed" from her dancing and swimming to a good typist job . . . dislikes leaving "mom" but will take Florence Vertone along as her assistant . . . French, G.A.A. Dolores Geiger . . . model housewife ambitions will find "Dee" preparing lunch for Monday nite sorority meeting . , . will serve shrimp . . . consults Miss Rasmussen for ideas . . . Dardanelles, jr. Service, Tall Teens, Council, Stein Sten. Ellen George . . . "Georgie" likes water fun, frozen or otherwise . . . believes there is no need for wall flowers . . . has musical ambitions . . . Stein Verein, lr. Service, Dardanelles, Tall Teens, Ceramicsf N.H.S. Daniel Gesicki . . . Dan has Charley Spivak tendencies . . . will serenade Miss Sullivan . . . Bob Stasney hits high note . . . has no trouble sitting through symphonies . . . shrimp salad satisfies this mellow fellow. Ierry Gilson . . . declares there is nothing attractive about a smoking female . . . would rather have a juicy steak . . . gets a bang out of the piano . . . riches attract him . . . Tall Teens, Latin. Louis Giovannelli . . . the fish pole and the pig skin are a part of "Lefty" . . . designing new homes is fun for him . . . popular music and juicy steaks hit the spot . . . Italian, Talent, Choir. Dolores Glaesner . . . extensive correspondence and wide reading are "Lcrrie's" hobbies . . . nibbling at French fries is pastime for her . . . Glenn Miller's down beat is music to her ears . . . Latin, Etiquette, Math, G.A.A. Ronald Glaser . . . "Ron," the diplomatic engineer and country home owner, drafts his specifications for a petite, neat maiden who can help him think up new gadgets for cars . . . Radio Mechanics, Engineers. Carol Glasser . . . sewing her own clothes is this gal's talent . . . onion-smothered steak is her pet dish . . . college life is her ame bition . . . Dardanelles, Council, Office Service, jr. Service, College, Choir, G.A.A., N.l-LS. l0l8Ph Goergen . . . "Skippy" hies to North Woods for his favorite game . . . Navy will decide his career . . . dad is his inspiration . . . will treat Mr. Herrick to choice sea food . . . Lettermen, Marshal, Choir, Swim. Vivian Goerqen . . . "Viv's" somewhat on the athletic side . . . patterns after Miss Selinger . . . hopes to excel in swimming and become an instructor . . . all foods are palatable . . . prefers moody music . . . Swim, Choir, G.A.A. Elaine Gonska . . . dreamy ballads and the happy early birds sult light-hearted "Laine" . . . marriage is in her future hut traveling comes first . . . Student Council, Green Curtain, Dar- danelles, Riding, Choir, G.A.A. Harry Graff . . . this. busy bee has no time for hobbies . . . a chicken farm fences him in . . . he's happy because Diebold is his partner . . . he'll have a pressing engagement with plate of tenderloins. Lenore Green . . . "Lee" reports she likes Miss Kilgour . . . soon her white elephant sale will be on . . . hamburgers will be served . . . advertises for pills to make her grow . . . As We Like It, Golf, Choir, N.l'l.S. Mary Lou Greqo . . . future lies in the path of music with mother and Miss Selinger as her inspiration . . . dotes on P.I. parties . . . Office Service, As We Like lt, Handicraft, Orchestra, Choir, Talent, Chamber Music, G.A.A. Geraldine Grempke . . . "Gerry" has friends too numerous to mention . . . college days await her . . . hopes to meet a well- mannered gent there . . . Council, Choir, Minute Men, Bowling, Etiquette, Pan American, Riding, Red Cross, G,A.A. Diane Gruber . . . rumbas and congas weave a South American harmony in "D's" life . . . reports on court actions . . . Dar- danelles, Council, Stein Sten, Know Chicago, Office Service, Hall Guard, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Dolores Hadeler . . . likes the "pause that refreshes" .. . . sec- retarial ambitions will slow up her dancing . . . likes to feel lazy . . . listens to dreamy numbers, while picking chicken . . . Edel- weiss Verein, Stein Verein, Choir, G.A.A. Lenore Hattl . . . Illinois campus life is "ginger" for "Lee" . . . will don her casual clothes and dance the boogie-woogie for her personality dream boy . . . Stein Verein, Fashion, Etiquette, G.A.A. William Hamilton . . . bring on the hot fudge pudding and the card deck for "Bill," the fun lover . . . pick him a good dancer and one who can meet all situations . . . Current Discussion, Latin. Mary Hanley , . . "Muggs" will never chuck her unusual jewelry collection . , . the role of a wife would please her . . . she can make tasty club sandwiches for the lucky man . . . Pan Ameri- can, Guard, G.A.A. Henry Hansen . . . "Hank," future business executive enjoys skating and golf with quiet fun-loving girls . . . never tires of steaks . . . disagreeable people weary him . . . Mr. Vesel inspires . . . Tumbling, Sigma Quad. Audrey Harrington . . . "Aud" could spend forever listening to her record collection . . . admiration for her brother and an appetite for hamburgers a'e a part of her makeup . . . dislikes conceit . . . Spanish, G.A.A. Lois Harrison . . . "Lee" enjoys Miss Farr's sweet music and Cali- fornia olives . . . her novels keep her posted historically . . . versatile boys are her pick . . . Dazdanelles, As We Like lt, Ir, Service, N.l-LS., G.A.A. Stephen Hartiq . . . loud ties, sharp peppers and dreamy tunes are on the preferred list . . . thinks the 5', 6" lass is his ideal . . . happy when his rod nets him a bite . . . Pan Amezican, Marshal, Math. Lois Hartmann . . . the rugged athletic "he" who can heap her plate with pork chops and teach her how to dive is her choice . . . Cleanup, Star, Scandinavian, Choir, Council, Press, G.A.A. Dorine Heckl . . . words to popular songs flip fiom her tongue as she dances with a tall dancer . . . Miss Feely is her favorite . . . steaks are her specialties . . . Sketch, Tall Teens, Choir, As We Like lt, Fixit. Nils Hedstrom . . . "Swede" admires one gal only . . . hopes she's a good pinochle partner . . . cowboy music, pizza on his plate, no homewozk and Roto at his side is his idea of heaven . . . Scandinavian. Thomas Heid . . . likes pheasant hunting and perch catching . . . hopes University of Iowa picks him for swimming . . . on his toes when it comes to dancing . . . likes the athletic type of girl . . . Lettermen, Talent. Geraldine Held . . . "Pork Chops" wants the title. of Mrs. . . . Mr. Personality is the one she's seeking . . . hopes he owns a restaurant noted for its spaghetti . . . prefers the casual garb . . . Fixit, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Frederick Hempel . . . "Fritz" admits that sleeping is his favorite pastime . . . thinks the gob's life will be more fascinating than school . . . ma's apple pie calls for second helping . . . Marshal, Dance, Cleanup Dolores Henning . . . Lola Flanagan seems to be the queen bee in "Dixie's" life . . . knitting and reading idles her time away . . . devouring butterscotch sundaes is her delight . . . Choir, Ceramics, Etiquette, G.A.A Muriel Heyden . . . saves records for a nice tall certain some one . . . ice cream and spaghetti are her choice . . . hopes to attain artistic heights . . . Etiquette, Tall Teens, Hall Guard, Council, G.A.A. Mary Hillqard . . . declares she would enact legislation against peroxide blondes . . . reading is her delight . . . marriage is her cl'eam . . . mom is her idol . . ."sis" is her pal . . . History, Office Service, Stein Sten, Leaders. Iean Hillig . . . entering data in her diary keeps "I" occupied . . . picks "mom" as her pattern in cooking . . . pretzels and ice cream sound good to her . . . despises greasy lipsticked lips . . . Riding, Star Louise Hinderer . . . 'Lou" thinks Mr. Temple and Mrs. Fausel are tops . . . Wrigley's best customer asks you to refrain from cracking your knuckles . . . Choir, Stein Verein, Stein Sten, Office Service, Edelweiss, G.A.A. Edward Hintz . . . college life beckons "The Gift" . . . the fo'est life for him after he gets through with football . . . sport clothes for him . . . Fire Marshal, Football, Council, Lettermen. Charlene Hlavacek . . . would like to take "Skippy" with her to Wright . . . she "ducks" when it comes to dumplings . . . riding is her habit . . . Miss Kinderman surpasses all . . . Latin, Riding, Spanish, Council, G.A.A. Iohn Hochbaum . . . snuffs out the girl smokers . . . votes in week end trips to Channel Lake . . . feeds on ham and angel food cake . . . looking forward to retirement at forty . . . Riding, Latin, Sports. Arthur Hochstadter . . . keeps himself 'Happy" eating and sleep- ing and stepping around with the "Frauds" . . . law is his long suit . . . conceited people are wet blankets to him . . . Sigma Quad, Fixit, Cleanup. Lester Hoffmann . . . "Les" caters to blondes and U. of I. . . . makes a home run for sauer kraut . . . suave classical music cools down his argument with the girls . . . Talent, Boys Choir, Quartets. Rosemarie Hozian . . . her affection is sewed up with her family but admits she'd cut the seam for a dark silent type . . . "Ftandie" will have colorful future with her photography . . . Council, Ceramics, Library, G.A.A. Myrle Huff . . . she picks intelligent friendly people to help her pass the time away . . . her sister is her pet . . . modeling is her ambition . . . President of G.A.A., Cheerleaders, Office Service, French, Seasonal Sports. Shirley Hultgren . . . clothes-buying "Dusty" flies high, garbed in sport attire and hugging a box of spaghetti . . . admires the tall friendly boy . . . Scandinavian, Tall Teens, I-fall Guard, Choir. G.A.A. Ieanette Hupert . . . a boy full of fun, a dish flush with pizza, an accordion at her side, a rack of the latest books, make "Ieanie" happy . . . Latin, G.A.A. Iohn leronimo . . . goes in for decorating his den with pennants and pictures . . . visiting with his pals is his pastime . , . he'll d aw his salary by drawing . . . Mr. Downey and Phil will help him spend it . . . Italian. Diane Isaachsen . . . likes a "tony" house well supplied with classical records and Tony there to hear them and sample her cooking . . , French, Stein Sten, Scandinavian, Choir, G.A.A. Carol Ivins . . . will play a love set with a clean cut well man- nered pal . . . there will be no buttons missing for the boy who gets this seamstress . . . Council, Talent, Riding, Band, G.A.A. William Iacobsen . . . "Blondie" has a pleasing smile . . . future is uncertain, but his ambition is to work hard and be a success . . . enjoys sport clothes and popular tunes . . . scorns conceit. Gloria Iacobson . . . "Glo's" card designing has a glow all its own . . . Miss Blythe will help her follow her art career . . . casual clothes are her pick . . . Choir, Sketch, Interior Decorating. Beatrice lahnke . . . she reads to relax . . . would be happy designing clothes . . . boys with a sense of humor and people who are good listenezs make a hit . . . Library, Choir, Tall Teens, Stein Verein, G.A.A. Lorraine Iarmacz . . . this young miss enjoys dancing and music . . . her ambition is to please . . . doesn't mind hard work . . . will travel in the future . . . admires Mr. Fitzgerald . . . likes fried chicken. Ioan larva . . . "Ieanie" will live by her pen . . . her ideas will emanate from her vast reading . . . scorns the crew cut . . . Tall Teens, Pan American, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, As We Like It, Council, N.H.S. Alice Iaslnski . . . Al's a Cub fan and spends her leisure watch- ing them . . . admires Miss Kay . . . piano playing is her specialty . . . Office Service, Ir. Service, Pan American, Dar- danelles, Choir, G.A.A. Glory lerneqan . . . "Ierney" is happy changing her hair style . . . rhumba is her diversion . . . expert at alibis . . . Pan Ameri- can, Office Service, Librazy, Choir, Band, Music Appreciation, As We Like lt. Iohn Iohanson . . . the cute pleasant maiden with the friendly smile will be the one to share Iohn's riches . . . electrical engi- neering is his goal . . . loathes conceited people . . . Pan Ameri- can, Engineering. Edwin Iohnson . . . "Ed's" drafting ambition needs a blood trans- fusion . . . Pop Pfeil might be the donor . . . unfaithful sport fans raise his ire . . . chop suey brings it down . . . Scandinavian, Sport Fans, Stamp. Ethel Iohnson . . . picks a cozy reading corner . . . nurse's life is her role . . . mother is her ideal . . . patronizes the "Smorgas- bord" . . . Dardanelles, Choir, Latin, Alchemstein,, Ir. Service, Council, Local History, G.A.A. ' Eunice Iohnson . . . sky riding with mcm and dad and planning her commercial career is Eu's dream . . . goes in for sport clothes . . . tall males and tender chicken for her . . . Scandinavian, Fixit, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iamel lohnson . . . "lim," handy Camera clicker, hopes to study corporate law . . . give him ravioli . . . admires the quiet intelli- gent girl . . . Ed Trumbull and Mr. Bradley are his favorites . . . Sigma Ouad, Latin, Alchemstein. Martha Iohnson . . . home-loving "Marse" has all the qualifica- tions for a good homemaker . . . she sews, sings, reads, dances and can cook ham and potato dumplings . . . Orchestra, Choir, Double Trouble, Interior Decorating, Latin, G.A.A. Marvin Iohnson . . . "Marve" wouldn't mind tooting around the world with his French horn provided he could take along the family car . . . he's some pumpkin when it comes to pie . . . Double Trouble, Band, History. Nancy Iohnson . . . "Iohnnie" would like to talk for a living . . . chooses Miss Landrigan as the listener . . . business career casts its shadow for her . . . likes to loaf a bit . . . Riding, Golf, Stein Sten. Siqbrltt Iohnson . . . looks for pennies for her penny piggy bank . . . wishes people would pronounce her name right . . . Miss Coddington always does . . . "Sig's" the prize talker . . . Scan- dinavian, Latin, G.A.A. Sylvia Iohnson . . . it's no penance to look over "Syl's" collec- tion of pennants . . . says homework and dates don't mix . . . pork roast in the oven and semi-classical music please her . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Virginia Iohnson . . . freckled faced, crew cut boys thrill "Woody" . . . keeps busy working out plots in myste.y stories . . . friends who do not answer letters are her bugbear . . . Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Latin, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Robert Iozeiowic: . . . steaming pizza plates after a thrilling baseball game make a home run for Bob . . . cheerful blondes sco e with him . . . battling with figures will account for his bank roll. Lillian Iust . . . all parts of the world might see "Lee" the trav- eler . . . her business career outlaws gum cracking . . . Miss Boller is her pal . . . simple clothes and well mannered boys are two "musts" . . . G.A.A. Audrey Kalenian . . . "Aud's" symphony of life lies in the cello . . . continuous money collecting annoys her . . . scrap books are her hobby . . . Latin, Dardanelles, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Music, Fixit, Fine Arts, G.A.A., N.H.S. Rosemarie Kallas . . . casual clothes and dreamy music spins a merry time for "Babe" as she t.avels about the country with ma and Irene as her companions . . . Choir, G.A.A. Iohn Kalomiris . . . lack goes for classy lassies and that smooth style of Benny Goodman . . . plans to have a band of beautiful women . . . "Bugs" about movies . . . Swing Band, Sigma Ouad. Eleanor Kannberg . . . dolling up her kitchen and preparing savory cookery for a tall, athletic hero is "Kandy's" dream of a happy future . . . will take time out to swim . . . French, Leaders, G.A.A. Emil Kapusta . . . "Kapu's" living will be earned by dieing . . . will concoct tools to make better chicken-a-la-king . . , he's a sociable lad that can't stand waiting for people . . . football for him. Evelyn Kapustka , . . has costume jewelry to suit all her moods . . . would rather eat than sleep . . . has a sweet tooth for ice cream . . . harbors dislike for conceit . . . humorous men rate . . . Polish, G.A.A. Helen Karlovitz . . . "Red" will be the cook on her travels with Vera . . . hopes to continue roller skating after working hours . . . personality counts . . . admires Mr. Thompson . . . Hall Guard, Student Council, Edelweiss Verein, G.A.A. Ada Karlowicx . . . "Aduszka," the mermaid, swims toward a medical career . . . sweet music, intelligent men, tuna fish creamed will make up for people who are late for dates . . . Dardanelles, Polish, Alchemstein, Choir, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Virginia Karnuth . . . in sport clothes, cameza over shoulder, we find "Ginny" loafing with Mrs. Beach in Wisconsin woods . . . she is looking for a tall good humored life partner . . . Stein Sten, Know Chicago, G.A.A. Gus Kasson . . . "Tino" likes legal battles . . . is looking forward to successful career at the bar . . . natural beauty appeals . . . listening to baseball b oadcasts beside a dish of "kapama" is jolly good sport for Gus . . . College. Lorraine Katke . . . strikes and spares keep "Lorry" on her pins . . . well mannered gent is welcome . . . the c.ystal gazer sees her as a stencgrapher . . . mcm's pumpkin pie is in her lunch . . . Polish, G.A.A. Lorraine Kawalec . . . dancing "Lorrie" shuns the gossip . . . dotes on boogie . . . craves ice cream . . . idolizes her parents . . . is the skirt and sweater type gal . . . hopes to land secree tary's job . . . Polish, G.A.A. Mae Kearns . . . "Maisie" has the movie rage . . . office work appeals . . . popular music pleases . . . so does Miss Kinderman . . . fried chicken sets her "pickin" . . . detests high heel-anklet fashion . . . likes the well mannered gent. Dolores Keene . . . has a ripping time sewing seams . . . well mannered, clean-cut chaps interest her . . . talking in assembly bothers "Lo.sey" . . . Miss Farr inspires her . . . Hall Guards, Girls' Choir, Ir. Choir, G.A.A. Eugene Kennedy . . . future fire fighter will put out the nofit-all mortals . . . Eddy Howard has ear appeal for "Spuds" . . . gives geometric theorems a good battle . . . is developing film talent . . . Came1a, Sports Irene Keywauka . . . modeling cuts a figure with "Yap" . . . slow dreamy music starts her romancing about a sertain soldier boy . . . green is her favorite color . . , Tall Teens, Council, Office Service, Choir, Etiquette, G.A.A. Donna Kirchoff . . . to be contented ought to be easy for this "Yap" knitter, swimmer, golfer, rider . . . creating unusual designs in Women's apparel will render her plenty of coin for pop com . . . Swim. Laurine Kissane . . . Laura has no time for bossy people . . . likes Miss Feely . . . dotes on Italian Comestibles . . . adores her sister . . . prefers the plain note in clothes . . . housewife is the job she prefers . ,. Roger Klawitter . . . "Bog" kicks off his socks stamping applause for White Sox . . . stops long enough to fill up on fried spuds and pork chops . . . he'll get the law after you . . . Math, Latin. George Kledzik . . . double dates and making baskets are chalked up for "Potts" . . . has an uncanny ability to remember faces . . . fried chicken and mashed "spuds" for him . . . Lettermen, Pan American, Backetball, College. Marilyn Klein . . . figuring her Way through life will be brunette's occupation . . . dad and canine are her pets . . . only juicy steaks can Wrest her from her bed . . . Green Curtain, G.A.A, N.l-l.S. Lee Klekamp . . . has a rage for collecting novelty jewelry . . . taste in music is classical . . likes the girl that likes what he likes . . , hopes to hang an M.D. shingle . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein. Grace Kling . . . "Blondie" likes the quiet type . . . puzzles cross her path . . . steaks are her rarebit . . . twin brothers are her p ide . . . housewife job has appeal . . Stein Verein, Edelweiss Verein, G.A.A. Philip Knippen . . . adventurous "Flip" has the motorcycle mania . . . will ride far away from all his "in-laws" . . . his quiet, sincere future wife will keep him supplied with fresh apple pie like Mother's Dorothy Knudsen . . . "Dot" confesses she likes to eat . . . anxious to keep the debit side clean . . . idolizes her sister-in-law . . . chooses nursing vocation . . . recommends ice cream for patients . . . Edelweiss, Scandinavian, Alchemstein, G.A.A. Evelyn Kocol . . . deep rooted art ambition will blossom . , . Miss Blythe will help . . . career seems to precede romance . . . eating spaghetti is her pastime . . . Interior Decorating, Choir, Dress Design, Polish, G.A.A. Margaret Kopfer . . . "Marge" and her camera are inseparable . . . ping pong matches are her delight . . . fried chicken tops the food list . . . Cheerleaders, Star Photographer, Quill and Scroll, Choirs, Green Curtain, Swim, G.A.A. Mary Kopp . . . this Southern belle has a flare for flying and has designs on a dressmaking career . . . picks out the handsome rugged dancer . . . Choir, Latin, Vis. Ed., Bowling, Talent, G.A.A. Dorothy Korzep . . . "Dot's" saving habit will bring her to sunny California some day as a private secretary . . . hopes to be near Miss Kilgour . . . will don a strictly tailored suit . . . Fashion, Etiquette, G.A.A. Dolores Koziol . . . "Cozy's" corner for storing post cards is worth a look . , . is dying to drive a car . . . only polite, humorous boy friends will share her potato pancakes . . . Stein Sten, Polish, G.A,A. Russell Krausfeldt . . . ma's apple pie breaks the reco1d . . . prefers the popular tunes . . . mom is his ideal . . . Miss Landrigan is his favorite teacher . . . blondes are his weakness . . . Tall-Teens, Chess. George Krell . . . has no worry about five o'clock shadow . . . hopes to toot his trumpet like Spivak . . . seeks the quiet type "gal" . . , Naturalist, Library, Spanish, Swing Band. Lois Kreuz . . . dreaming of the day when she'll receive a by-line in the Tribune is "Lo's" pastime . . . wants a boy friend as gentle and quiet as "Bootsy" . . . Star, Dardanelles, N.l-l.S. lrene Krum . . . would like to pilot Miss Selinger to Stevens College where "Terri" will take up aviation . . . blacklists grouches . . . dislikes spilling chocolate soda on her tailored suit . . . Tall Teens, Scandinavian, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iohn Krus . . . "Muscles' " heart is on the farm . . . will spend his evenings modeling planes . . . he's on the hunt for a quiet maiden to help feed his threshers . . . Current Discussion, Polish, Council. Leona Kurpias . . . "Lee" is definitely her dad's pal . . . the tea leaves show marriage in the offing . . . she's struggling hard to play piano well . . . State Secretary of Student Council Associa- tion, Secretary of Polish Club. Mary Kvorka . . . "Mares" secretial inclination will lead her to a good job . . . spends her leisure in swimming and bowling . . . will spend her money satisfying her traveling yen . . . Guard, French, Swim, G.A.A. Thor Laisy . . . will never be lonesome with his many hobbies. . . aims at an engineering career . , . mother and dad are his inspirations . . . selects Miss Thorsson . . . Assembly Police, Radio Mechanics, Engineering, Band. Helen Lambert . . . dreams of traveling around a ball room built of strawberry shortcake . . . longs for a house of sequins and no dirty ash trays . . . life partner must have refinement . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A Dolores La Mont . . . Miss "Fixit" may fix herself in a floor super- visors job some day . . . it's T. bone steak, plain clothes and a handsome "he" for "Do" . . . Riding, Red Cross, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Cesira Landini . . . "C" will land . . . the musical world . . . sport clothes satisfy her . . . thinks all teachers are O.K .... hates to leave Steinmetz . . . Choir, G.A.A. Carol Lauer . . . this faithful follower of the basketball team could live on pork chops . . . is sure mar.ied life is her future apprness . . . Riding, Mixed Choir, Music Appreciation, Stardust- ers, Girl's Choir, G.A.A. a nice job as secretary likes Marilyn La Voy . . . modeling and shopping for exotic black dresses take up "Squeaky's" time . . . mother is her ideal . . . marriage is her career . . . chooses Mr. Ramsey . . . Pan American, Music Appreciation, G.A.A. Dolores Lawdenslri . . . there's nothing artificial about Dolly except the flowers she makes . . . movie magazines keep her informed . . . enjoys potato pancakes, but not gum crackers . . . typist is her destiny . . . Red Cross, Spanish, G.A.A. Leo Leavitt . . . horseback riding on his country estate is the life "Lee" picks . . . Mr. Bradley and Howard will be his companions, talkative people will not be admitted . . . Guard, Latin, Choir, French. Donald Leitgeb . . . "Don" the picture-taking kid, likes sunclaes even on Monday . . . this future diamond setter will get the first one for a good looking, sweet personality gal . . . Tall Teens. Winnilred Lenz . . . sociable "Win" will blossom forth as a foreign missionary . . . hopes to own her own car . . . will strive to make others smile . . . may have botanical gardens . . . Office Service, First Aid, Marshal, G.A.A. Dee Lester . . . "Les" thinks he might pick the farmer's life . . . popular music will be his entertainment . . . will choose a lively girl to keep things humming around his farm . . . will specialize in chicken raising. Curtiss Let: . . . "Curt's" forest life calls for trunks . . . camera world is his realm . . . possessive girls are out . . . Miss Roy is in . . . enjoys lunching with Bob Benson . . . missing buses shatters his disposition . . . Camera. Richard Levan . . . this young salesman is sold on jive and steaks . . . exchanging property will be his specialty . . . always on deck when cards are around . . . Latin, Riding, Current Discussion, History, Sayre Booster. Mary Levandoski . . . enjoys the easy life . . . good manners and athletic ability are the requisites for a boy friend . . . day dreams about her future travels . . . Choir, Latin, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. Betty Lindquist . . . entertains "Sniif" with accordion selections . . . gym tactics fascinate "Butch" . . . bleached blondes have no appeal . . . tailored togs for her . . . College, Scandinavian, Hall Guard, Spanish, Library, G.A.A. Robert Liszeo . . . the girl who likes her faq gets no salute from "Bo" . . . he's a snappy kid when it comes to photography . . . mellow music mixes well with fried chicks . . . Camera, Car- toon, Bowling. Stanley Lorkiewicz . . . he's lucky at hopping on moving cars . . . shrimps, fox trois and digging for jade with Mr, Temple at his side is a true pictu.e of "Lorky" . . . Engineering, Vis. Ed. Barbara Loughlin . . . "Barby" stows away articles that she has picked up in her travels . . . is quiet, but prefers not to be re- minded of it . . . admires boys who respect girls . . . Spanish, G.A.A. Ierry Lowe . . . "Pratz" is at home on the back of a horse . . . would put the halter on talkative women . . . this future engineer likes civil people . . . modeling planes is his hobby. Phyllis Lucas . . . finds her pleasure with her sorority sisters and attending concerts with "mom" and Miss Haley . . . radio pros grams interfere with her homework . . . Latin, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Fine Arts, Student Council, College, G.A.A., N.H.S. Lucile Lucia . . . "Lou," the cyclist and golfer dotes on mom's devil's food cake . . . yearns to travel on foreign soil . . . Darda- nelles, Spanish, Choir, Stein Sten, Office Service, Fixit, N.H.S., G.A.A. Donald Lundell . . . challenges Ma Farr to a love set over the net . . . needs a date book to keep Lack of his dates . . . upside down cake keeps his sunny side up . . . Scandinavian. Charlene Mac Dull . . . "Muffy" wouldn't mind earning her living as a gym teacher . . . sarcastic people would rate a "D" . . . Vivian Goergen would be her star swimmer . . . would like a millionaire husband . . . Swim. 160 Ioan Mace . . . delights in siestas . . . is hooked to her crocheting . . . likes dressing with tu.key . . . advertising for a commercial artist's job . . . a whiz at figures . . . Hall Guard, Red Cross, Office Service. Geraldine Mador . . . thoughtful "Gerry" dances into the field architectural design . . . will hire only people with ambition . of mother's cookies have no equal . . . Dardanelles, lr. Service, As We Like lt, Fiench, Latin, G.A.A. William Magnuson . . . the quiet type is "Bil1's" choice in girls . . . he is looking forward to graduation with great glee . . . Mr. Held is his favorite . . . Green Curtain, Fixit, Latin, Picked Platoon, Rifle Team. Lawrence Mahler . . . "Sonny" dislikes being called by his nicks name . . . enjoys all types of sports . . . girls with pleasing personality will taste his chop suey . . . excels in eating . Tall Teens, Talent. Iosephine Malatia . . . "Io's" penny piggy bank holds the dough for her coming trip to California . . . hopes to meet good con- versationalists on the way . . . battles with the keyboard . Library, Etiquette, G.A.A. Marilyn Malatia . . . hopes to drive her own car to St. Anne's hospital as a nurse, not a patient . . . Mrs. Taglia gets first ride . . . show offs must take a back seat . . . Italian, Red Cross, G.A.A. Ioyce Maloney . . "Shorty" is looking for two inches . . . this thoughtful lass likes Ed . . . captures the little gal with the great big smile . . . hasn't found a hobby . . . Music Appreciation, Pan American, G.A.A. Mimi Marcello . . . "Doc" has medicine on the brain . . . she'll talk you out of your 1921 pennies . . . would like to prescribe for Crabby teachers, but not for Miss Bujewski . . . Green Curtain, G.A.A. Ruth Mardeqan . . . over made-up girls can't share Mard's devils food cake . . . sports keep her in trim . . . Mrs. Taglia and mom are her ideals . . . Choir, Italian, Public Speaking, Stein Sten. Edward Mark . . . "Packie" is looking to the bar for his liveli- hood , . . slow, popular music and rare steaks mark the spot for him . . . father and Mr. Handshu are favorites . . . Riding, Latin, Current Discussion. lean Martyn . . . mom and dad takes first place in "Marty's" life . . . modeling cuts a figuze with her . . . abhors conceit . . . goes for pork chops . . . As We Like lt, Music Appreciation, Choir, Red Cross. Gertrude Marxer . . . "Trudy," the Cub fan, likes to dance with Iohn . her mouth waters for chop suey . . . hopes to travel with "El" . . . conceited people a.e tabooed . . . Green Curtain, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Grover Mason . . . fairweather friends are not welcome to Paddock Lake . . . "Mikes" dog has a standing invitation . . , likes to hear Latin American tunes with a certain some one nearby . . . Talent, Choir, Quartet. Ierry Mason . . . U.S. a.my is "Curley's" future home . . . of- ficers' quarters better make room for him . . . will miss his sport clothes and his mother's southern fried chicken . . . Library, Vis. Ed., Latin, Came.a. Leroy Mason . . . ring collecting makes a big circle of friends for "Lee" . . . Miss Weaver is one of the best . . . Mr. Nalecz is his ideal . . . pork chops and pizza are great . . . Nature, Cleanup. Arne Matanky . . . this politician likes ladylike girls . . . rates expezience as his favorite teacher . . . likes to debate . . . baked beans go down easy for him . . . Council, Chess, Latin, Math, Alchemstein, Fire Ma.shal, Guard. Richard Maxwell . . . cultivates no hobby but likes car-riding with Miss Lyon and Levan as his company . . . college life lures him . . . long speeches bore him . . . Latin, Current Events, Riding. lean McBride . . . to understand man's whims is "Mac's" ambition . . . looks to parents for guidance . . . chooses the strong silent type . . . wants week end homework abolished . . . goes for tuna fish . . . Dardanelles, Press, Star, N.l-LS. Frank McCarthy . . . "Mac" hopes his medical ambitions will blossom some day . . . admires Miss Landrigan . . . swimming and dancing consume his leisure . . . has no pet peeves . . . tops the eat list . . . Cleanup, College, Pre Medics. ham Vaune McComb . . . hopes to attain mom's level in pie baking . . . lucky is the sailor who lands her . . . will be a model . . . whisperers are chalked off . . . Dardanelles, Guard, American, G.A.A. Shirley McMenamin . . . hopes to dance her way into role nurse . . . "Mickey," the tomato eater, caters to sweaters skirts . . . gum crackers unnerve her . . . Red Cross, Movie Magazine, Camera. wife Pan of a and and Georgia Meier . . . hopes to be relieved of dish washi h ng w en she fills a secretary's job . . . "Iig's" family of kittens likes chop suey, too . . . likes Miss O'Connor . . . Edelweiss Verein, Stein Sten, Red Cross. Geraldine Menconi . . . "Ger" cherishes true friendship . . . puts parents on a pedestal . . . plain clothes, a slender figure and Miss Landrigan are her preferences . . . scorns women smokers . . . Guard, Streak, Star, Choir, Office Service, Fted Cross, G.A.A. Patricia Michelson . . . a dark blue eyed boy can shae "Pat's" pizza plate, if he doesn't keep her waiting . . . college days may be hers . . . loafing has an appeal . . Latin, Fashion, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Geraldine Mills . . . pile high the pizza plate for "Geri" as she hugs the record box . . . friendly people may share her company . . . her latest crush is Arlene Came'a Tall Teens Cleanu Riding, G.A.A. Ieanette Mitchell . . . hopes she has growing pains . . . harmonizes with gang while thinking of "Nat" . . . college life attracts . . . baked t t poaoes appeal . . . parents rate . . . Pan American, Music Appreciation, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Nick Mitchell . . . "Doc's" a gridiron fan . . . father is ideal . . . mother's cooking is great . . . all's right with the worldweven teachers are fine . . . Latin, Math, As We Like It, Hall Guard, Marshal, Chess, Choir. Gunvald Moen . . . a friendly damsel appeals to this lover of outdoor sports . . . "Gun" has no "gripes" . . . just give him enough food . . . engineering tops with him . . . Pan American, Tall Teens, Choir, Lettermen, College, Swim Team, Class Officer. Richard Monaco . . . "Dick" likes "plane" talk . . . undecided on his career but knows he abhors homework . . uiet a d d V . q n reserve ladies are his taste , . . eating is his indoor sport . . . Coast Guard, Discussion, Latin. Alex Moore . . . "Al" doesn't mind homewogk but prefers week ends free . . . sport clothes keep him clothed . . . anxious to be a success in the career he chooses . . . dad is his ideal. Irene Moreno . . . her yearning for Mexico will be satisfied . . . Miss Kilburn and her mom will see her off . . . they'll spell her name right. there . . . Pan American, Dardanelles, Council, Stein Sten, Choir, G.A.A. Carolyn Morse . . . future Lily Pons invites her bashful buddy to home cooked steak dinners . . . tunes out soap operas . . . Darda- nelles, As We Like It, Dancing, Choir, Dramatics, Pre Medics, Starlets, G.A.A. Eugene Moseticlt . . . this huntsman is looking for a blue eyed petite girl friend , . . girls in men's clothing won't qualify . . . basketball and horse back riding take his leisure time . . . Current Discussion. Emily Mucha . . . the dancer, would like to impart her dancing technique to others . . . hopes to meet a dark, polite boy at college . . . Fashion, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Fresh-Soph. Choir, G.A.A. Lucille Muccl . . . "Lou" could swoon for Sinatra . . . "mom" rates highest . . . only prospective millionaires may seek her hand . . . if she has to work, then it's a model's job . . . Cheerleaders, Italian, G.A.A. George Mueller . . . pheasant hunting and fishing make fun for "Gig" and his dog "Yippy" . . . the gal who can produce savory dishes will share the millions he would like to have . . . Basketball. Richard Murphy . . . "Mickey" taboos bossy women . . . eating Irish turkey with a tall dark colleen is his dream . . . a lover of gridiron performance . . . excels in strikes and spares . . . Lettei- men, College Entrance. Francis Muszynski . . . this radio fan wants his own business and a wife who can really roast turkey for Mr. Ferdman and Pikaar . . . conceited people share none of his respect . . . Alchemstein, Travel. Joel Musik . . . "Giggles' " miniature menagerie is scented with her collection of perfume . . . she's a dancing beauty, cheerful and willing . . . will earn her living with her brain and not her feet . . . Talent, Choir, Pan American. Edward Mytych . . . "Fritz" wastes little time on girls . . . prefers his romances through magazines . . . admits he likes sociable girls . . . he's not fussy about his eats . . . Quartet, Talent. Evelyn Nardella . . . a certain sailor makes her see red when he malls her "Evy" . . . jewelry has a special fascination for "Eve" . . likes housewife job . . . Latin, History, Hall Guard, G.A.A. William Naviqato . . . likes pan cakes but not on girls' faces . . . cets the latest dope at the corner drug store . . . admires Henry Fnrd . . . finds enjoyment in leisure . . . Boys' Sewing, Dancing. lean Neal . . . all kinds of music are the key to her happiness . . . stenography is her career . . . likes all types of clothes . . . dislikes teasing . . . Riding, Sports, Pan American, Choir, Office Service, G.A.A. Lois Nelson . . . "Kitty" is a model girl that likes the scent of a pipe . . . smart clothes and boogie music are on her must list . . . Choir, Hall Guard, Council, Green Curtain, hiding, G.A.A. Iames Nero . . . home-run Iim picks his folks as his ideals . . . better sanitation will follow when he engineers the job . . . his quiet sensible wife will help him . . . Choir, Talent, Ouartet. Maryann Neville . . . this future demonstrator of exotic nail polish is determined to be a good dancer . . . seeks a typist job first . . . her mouth waters for chop suey . . . likes Miss McNamara . . . Latin, G.A.A. Beverly Nicolas . . . "Bev" yaps with Dick over gobs of Gumbo and loony tunes . . . excels in losing articles . . . refuses to share millions with conceited people . . . likes the bashful type . . . Etiquette, Pep, Latin, Streak, G.A.A. -W Richard Niles . . . stuffing himself with pizza and motorcycling around town spells glee for "Dick" . . . blue-eyed blondes are his choice . . . has praise for Miss Weaver . . . swing music appeals . . . Science, Vis. Ed. Elaine Noack . . . "Chickie" is a California booster . . . thinks the French fries are better there . . . excels in talking . . . foot- ball games are her thrill . . . admires Mr. Thompson . . . Local History, Choir, Office Service, Fixit, G.A.A. Richard Nolan . . . fire fighter "Dick" seeks out the "nifty" dancer . . . mashed potatoes and chicken go good after roller skating . . . admires Miss Kilgour . . . Talent, Choir, Quartet, Riding, Swimming, Minute Men. Dennis Nolte . . . future peace-loving engineer reads for diversion . . . thinks people should show more interest in government af- fairs . . . admires the sensible and sincere gal who will cook him Swiss Steaks . . . College, N.f-l.S. Lois Oldham . . . some neat quiet boy will have knitted socks if they get "Penny" for a wife . . . could just croak eating frog legs . . . fat people bother her . . . Red Cross, Choir, French, G.A.A. Ianice Olsen . . . "Tooties," little water angel, swims without wings . . . admires the strong athletic "he" . . . onioned ham- burgers are quickly detected . . . Adv. Swim, Clean Up, Green Curtain, Radio Performance, Cheerleaders, G.A.A. Robert Olson . . . "Olie" has prospects of doing great things with his modeling genius . . . radio and engineering are his possibilities . . . the silly miss is his aggravation . . . Camera, Radio Mechanics. Matthew Ottaviano . . . the medical shingle is Mat's goal . . . Doc Blanchard is his ideal . . . football whets his appetite for mom's cooking . . . mellow music and sensible women are his choice . . . Choir, Football Captain, Lettermen. Robert Pacini . . . "Bob," the future architect, draws plans for a hunting ambition . . . specifications call for future partner with pleasing disposition . . . will build up on steaks . . . admits a failing for sleep . . . Italian, Discussion. Howard Padqitt . . . eating chicken dinners with his brother and Mrs. Young to the tune of sweet music hits the spot for "Howie" , . . will find success in chemical fields . . . Council, College, Radio, N.H.S. Dolores Paige . . . this "Queen" has garden magic . . . will name her special rose "Gerry" . . . loud people will be excluded . . . hopes her marriage will be as successful as her flowers . . . Choir, G.A.A. Beatrice Palazzo . . . Triple Trio gossip, with Miss Farr eaves- dropping, is fun for "Bea" . . . her collection of souvenirs is out of this world . . . Stein Sten, Choir, Latin, Leaders, Ir. Service, G.A.A. Anthony Panczak . . . soothing music and his brother Erwin are "Tony's" likes . . . the well dressed lady appeals to him . . . just serve him juicy steaks and he'll be happy . . . Lettermen, Talent. Harold Paul . . . likes to "tee off" with a maid of striking per- sonality . . . prefers jive . . . will draw his pay as a draftsman . . . Bill's car irks him . . Lettermen, Band, College Entrance Latin, Basketball. Herbert Paule . . . "Herb" likes soldier's life . . . hopes to rope Bubien in too . . . Gen. Patton Ir. is his pattern . . . Sigma Ouac, Green Curtain, Stage Crew, Officer's Club, Picked Platoon, Fixt, Vis. Ed., N.H.S. Leroy Pearson . . . collecting movie magazines to read between halves is this football star's pastime . . . he's still hazy about lis career but he's crazy about chicken . . . lune is his favorite month . . . Football, Scandinavian, Lettermen. Wilmer Penninq . . . mechanical minded "Willy" could spend the day fussing with dad's car with his dog at his side and Mr. Temple there to advise . . . his favorite dish is spaghetti. Betty Perry . . . lingo learning "Pierre" will model her latest knit- ting creations . . . college life for her . . . Ceramics, As We Like lt, French, Voice, Dancing, lr. Service, Council, Library, G.A.A. Ienny Perry . . . devouring ice cream and meeting the Triple Trio fills the bill for "len" . . . illustrating fashions is her goal . . . tall athletic type is her ideal . . . Choir, Sketch, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Iames Persino . . . back-biting girls fall in Iim's estimation . . . swimming is his favorite pastime . . . Mis. Taglia comes in for praise . . . hopes to be top notch auto mechanic . . . Italian, Library, Hall Guard. Robert Perxan . . . scorns the talkative miss . . . gridiron pastime is O.K. with "Bob" . . . a certain girl has captured his heart . . . future gym teacher likes his Polish sausage . . . Football, French, Sport Fans. Shirley Peters . . . "Shirl's" airy notions might make her a re- porter some day . . . likes to dine and dance with dad and mom . . . admires Miss Roy . . . goes for boogie music . . . Fixit, Etiquette, G.A.A. Ioy Peterson . . . mother is her ideal . . . Y.A.P.S. furnish her pastime . . . slow dreamy music soothes . . . cob on the corn tickles her palate . . . Etiquette, Riding, lr. Service, Cheerleaders, G.A.A. Warren Peterson . . . heavy books wear him out . . . candid people make a hit . , . horsebacking keeps him stirred up . . . always has a joke ready . . . goes for slow sweet music and casual ate tire . . . Scandinavian. Lois Phillips . . . "Lo" prefers small groups . . . Mr. Ruzicka rates . . . artistic future looms before her . . . craves success . . . has fun with "l3" . . . Cheerleaders, Pan American, Handicraft, Fire Marshalls, As We Like lt, G.A.A. Robert Pikaar . . . "Bob's" a plain clothes man out after a good engineering job and a sensible wife that can cook him three good "squares" . . . Boys' Cooking, Library, Radio Mechanics, N.l-LS. Mildred Pilch . . . "Millie" likes the well mannered boy who shows interest, in her perfume bottle collection . . . loathes noisy gum chewers . . . Red Cross, Blitz, Stein Sten, lr. Choir, As We Like It, G.A.A. Ieanine Piper . . . catty "fems" are scratched from Iean's list . . . hopes to excel in mixing up Mexican dishes . . . Hawaii calls her . . . goes for sophisticated clothes . . . Sketch, Dardanelles, Service, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Lois Plummer . . . the future will find "Lo" in a gray convertible at Cubs' games busy taking pictures for her scrap book . . . Elaine is her competitor in talking contests . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A., Richard Pofelski . . . "Dick" ducks when stuck up girls c, oss his path . . . would rather have fried chicken . . . has fun making baskets . . . keeps his photographer "Ches" nearby to record the act . . . Basketball, Lettermen. Donald Poley . . . a cute quiet little lass is like a gold mine in Alaska to "Hey You" . . . racing model boats cuts into his resting periods . . . admires his dad . . . Alchemstein, Vis. Ed. Rita Polidori . . . "Polly" has the traveling bug . . . has a vast collection of records . . . active and good dancers rate with her . . . conceited people are her peeve . . . Etiquette, Library, Italian, G.A.A. George Pollman . . . the smoking miss burns him up . . , selects his dad as his ideal and Mrs. Young as his inspiration . . . has big business man's ambition . . . popular music tops the list. Frank Ponzo . . . "Moneybags" would like to be a second Rocke- feller . . . he'd spend dough on fried chicken, good music and sharp clothes . . . sophisticated girls might get a little . . Italian, Choir. Geraldine Potempa . . . mom's home made chili spells flavor for "Potatoes" . . . hopes to fly to South America as a stewardess . . . invites Miss Landrigan . . . cowboy songs have no appeal . . . Spanish, Public Speaking, G.A.A. Charles Pritchard . . . would like to hit on a plan to become rich without working . . . "Chuck" scorns the artificial blonde . . . likes a good dancer . . . goes for steak fries . . . Green Curtain, Sigma Quad, Radio. Chester Puskarz . . . will miss Miss Landrigan's friendly pats . . , "Chess" isn't camera shy . . . wants to share his success with a petite well mannered brunette . . . enjoy skating to the rhythmic strains of soft music. Leonard Quartetti . . . future M.D. has no patience with smoking women . . . shooting pictures and swimming keep him too busy for girls . . . wants money by the millions . . . Council, Swim, Camera, Pre Medic, Guard. Ioseph Rabiolu . . . social gi.ls who refrain from fussing with their hair-do and who can put on a good steak dinner have Rabi's approval . . . Miss Kilburn is his friend . . . Quartets. lean Raimondi . . . this Cub fan wouldn't mind traveling around the U.S. to se her pet team play . . . scorns intolerance . . . Dardanelles, Star Staff, Ir. Choir, Ir. Service, N.H.S. Beverly Ramaqnano . . . never tires of dancing . . . travelling with "Bunny" is always pleasant . . . "mom" is her ideal . . . "Puddles" is her faithful friend . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Latin, Ir. Choir, G.A.A. Board, G.A.A. Robert Rasmussen . . . "Ross" admits homework is his bug bear . . . picks dad as ideal . . . hopes he can paddle his own canoe to success . . . he's long on eating and short on the girl question. David Rawlings . . . look for his name on future woodcarvings . . . "Curly" is at home in the water . . . prefers girls that are easy on the eyes . . . chooses Mr. Bradley . , . eating is his specialty . . . Sigma Ouads. William Reeqo . . . "Bullets' " mind is on pool . . . puts Tony and Miss Kilgour in winning pockets . . . hopes to match Bastian in basketball . . . has no time for girls yet . . . Basketball, First Aid. r Ruth Relnel . . . hopes to draw pay by the brush method . . . Strauss waltzes appeal to her aesthetic sense , . . picks Miss Polka and Mr. Ferdman . . . Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Council, Latin, As We Like lt, N.H.S. Marion Relive . . . flappy shoes and unfriendly people are un- popular with this future laboratory technician . . . dotes on mother's poato salad . . . Fixit, Choir, Dardanelles, Tall Teens, Latin, G.A.A. Charles Render . . . Chuck's legal mind will convince you that football is the top sport . . . he's the snapping kid with his camera . . . Football, Dramatics, Camera, Cleanup, Library, Hall Guard, French, Track. Betty Mae Reuhs . . . with her musical and dramatic talent "Betts" will go places . . . disapproves of feminine street smokers . . . likes Mrs. Haas . . . Green Curtain, Latin, Hall Guard, Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild Dolores Revere . . . "Dolly" likes the sidewalks of New York where she can get the best hamburgers . . . Mr. Thompson is her best customer at Sears . . . Council, Pan American, Local History, Choir, G.A.A. Dorothy Ribachuk . . . making a racket on hay-rides and being with a certain some one spells fun for "Chuck" . . . to make some one a good wife is her ambition. . . Choir, Swim, Latin, G.A.A. Ruth Ricci . . . "Ricky" will break the record as a lab-technician . . . tailored clothes keep her trim . . . Niagara Falls has charm for her . . . so has Miss Fosse . . . Council, Latin, Library, Public Speaking, G.A.A. Florence Rice . . . hopes the st,ong type pops the question . . . has an ear for chatter boxes . . , bananas are appealing . . . likes to go on a shopping spree for exclusive styles, and luscious spaghetti. Elmer Richa . . . picks Miss Kilgour and Mr. Temple . . . excels in photography . . . all types of music and sweet corn meet his approval . . . votes down the "king" type pedagogue . . . Camera, Swim, Choir, Star. Anne Rizzo . . . likes the two inch steaks that her dad buys . . . volleyball is her folly . . . thinks Mrs. Soderberg is jolly . . . gym instructor is her ambition . . . dad is her pal . . . G.A.A. Dolores Robbins . . . "Chick's" dime bank keeps her supplied with movie cash . . . consults Mr. Lloyd for advice on interior decorating . . . appetite calls for roast pork . . . elbowing through crowded buses floors her. Helen Robeck . . . taking her lunch with her gang and talking about her pal "Boots" is fun for her . . . banana splits are ap- pealing . . . thinks Mr. Ruzicka has charm . . . Sketch, Cheer- leaders, G.A.A. Mary Rebel . . . roller skating to rhythm of boogie consumes Mar's leisure . . . conceited people are out of step with her , . . Choir, Student Council, Music Appreciation, Pan American, Latin, Riding, G.A.A. Elaine Roche . . . "Baby" is the forgiving and forgetting type . . . hopes to be as fine a woman as her "mom" . . . good looks are her friends . . . so is a certain "him" . . . Ceramics, Office Service, G.A.A. Nona Rodman . . . to go to far flung mission fields in her own plane is "Roddy's" dream . . . goes for individuality in dress . . . Choir, Cleanup, Camera, Office Service, Tall Teens, G.A.A. Charles Roe . . . "Chuck" sends an S.O.S. to "Red" to help him count his millions . . . photography brings him luck . . . pa shows the way . . . ma cooks the steaks . . . Sonny sells the houses. Don Rogers . . . steady Don admires brunettes, but picks "mom" as ideal . . . he's on the sgua e when it comes to drawing plans . . . admits he's an addict to sleep . . . prefers girls not too smart. Darlene Rohn . . . sky riding with brother supplies recreation to needle minded "Red" . . . fussy about being called "Babe" . . . dotes on chop suey . . . travel bug gets her . . . Talent, Ir. Choir, Latin, G.A.A. Ioseph Romano . . . cycling around town creates an appetite for mom's delicious potato dumplings . . . dad is his ideal , . . electricity intrigues him, crowds disturb him . . . Miss Kilgour rates . . . Color Guard, Usher, Picked Platoon. Nat Rosasco . . . the crystal ball sees him with danclnq partner headed for a fancy speed boat . . . is on his way to make millions- -he hopes . . . ravioli is his favorite dish . . . Music Appreciation, Baseball Sally Roses . . . "Sal" salts down the fresh impolite boys . . . busies herself by gathering photographs . . . has flying aspirations promises Miss Farr and Diana a ride in her plane . . . Choir, Latin, G.A.A. Dorothy Saar . . . this up and coming pianist likes Miss Kilburn and the Yaps . . . dotes on her brother, Bob . . . "Dot" knows she will enjoy housekeeping . . . Pan American, Riding, Stein Sten, Tall Teens, G.A.A. Norman Sackrison . . . "Sack" is saving two-dollar bills . . . maybe he'll get enough to buy dresses for slack wearers . . . keeps his musical talent a deep secret . . . radio engineering is his field . . . Radio Mechanics. Ioan Sampou . . . has fun collecting jewelry trinkets . . . misproe nouncing her name is her bug-bear . . . takes the prize for ice cream consumption . . . oysters go down easy . . . French, Stein Sten, Swim, G.A.A. Officer. Helen Sanichas . . . sandwiches in some psychology as she plays her favorite records . . . ma Farr is her friend . . . gives her vote to the tall rugged boy . . . annoyed by horse laughs . . . Latin, Etiquette, Library, G.A.A. Elaine Saurmann . . . "E" has the urge to travel . . . selects Io and Lou as companions . . . seeks tall handsome male . . . hopes to be a friendly secretay . . . shops in casual clothes depart- ment . . . Choir, G.A.A. Iames Scanlan . . . selling rare steaks to S100 Club boys and aiming at the Presidents chair is lim's busy work . . . will organize no-home-work schools . . . will select Miss Landrigan as principal. Frank Scarpelli . . . hopes to sit in Congress with Senator Stafford . . . vetoes the silly gil . . . will talk up Sports' legis- lation . . . likes comfortable clothes and music to suit his moods . . . Debate, Choir, Football. Barbara Schaefer . . . this picture-taking lassie will strike out for a musical future . . . California appeals . . . Office Service, As We Like lt, Dardanelles, Library, Latin, Alchemstein, Stein Sten, G.A.A., N.f-LS. Carol Schaefer . . . this faithful correspondent recommends the sensible chap . . . seeks a receptionist job in a "ritzi" office . . . will display her typing ability the e . . . show-offs will be excluded . . . Red Cross, Camera, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Evelyn Schaefer . . . doe-sn't like to be pushed , . . neat well' mannered people are a pleasure to her . . . hopes to travel . . . gets a kick out of volley ball . . . Silver Streak, French, G.A.A, Iames Scheck . . . Iim's appetite calls for hamburgers while he tinkers away on his car . . . berates "stuck-up" girls . . . Miss Boller is his choice . . . looking for a tiddly-wink player . . . Boys' Cooking. Donald Schellenberqer . . . is looking for an intelligent, sensible girl to help him collect records and keep his bowling score . . . this future business man has no time for complainers . . . As We Like It, Hall Guard, Bowling. Patricia Scherer . . . idolizes her parents . . . ask to see her memory date book . . . her convertible will get her places . . . "Pat" likes the personality man . . . Red Cross, Pan American, Music Appreciation, Choir, Librarian, Orchestra, G.A.A. Edward Scheuneman . . . "Ed's" Canadian jewelry shop will be hunting for customers . . . will spend his off-days car riding . . , will steer clear of women drivers . . . he's everybody's friend . . . Latin, Scandinavian. Henry Schillmoeller . . . "Red's" hobby is baseball, not women . . . anxious to be a second Babe Ruth . . . cares little for dress but much for food, especially steaks . . . admires Mr. Frelich . . . Math, Baseball, College, N.l-LS. ' Grace Schiro . . . shells out her dough for peanuts . . . invigorates herself by swimming . , . her preview shows a secretary's job . . . prefers tailored clothes . . . Fixit, Red Cross, Etiquette, Spanish, Stein Sten, Hall Guard, G.A.A. George Schmidt . . . admits he's sentimental when it comes to music, but is stymied when it comes to having a hobby . . . golfing is his pastime . . . Lettermen, Golf, Talent, Stein Verein, Basketball. Viola Schmidt . . . "Ola" wouldn't mind roller skating through the forty-eight states . . . peppy people and delicious dumplings draw praise from her . . . housewife ambition comes first . . . caters tolcasual clothes . G.A.A. Lillianfschroer . . . "Charlie" is handy with the camera . . . she's a needle expert . . . her life would be complete with success and happiness in it . . . Edelweiss Verein, Stein Verein, Choir, Voice, Guard, G.A.A. Wallace Schubert . . . "Wally" has an ear for radio and a heart for Mom and Miss Farr . . . is dying to tool his way through life . . . dislikes early morning "conflabs" . . . Boys' Cooking. Roy Schuetz . . . eating lunch with the gang, kidding friendly girls are pastimes for this future gob . . . he's impressed by Bing Crosby . . . Stein Verein, Cooking, Hall Guard, Lettermen, Basketball. Roberta Schulz . . . future finds her writing best seller on Miami Beach . . . Miss Kilgour is heroine . . . eats shrimp cocktails between chapters . . . hero is tall and green eyed . . . dreamy music prevails . . . Dramatics, Press. Theodore Schulze . . . week end Sunday comics are not lost on Ted, future chemical engineer . . . this cake-eater admires the cute type . . . would like to atom bomb talkers at movies . . . College, Radio. Randi Schune . . . admires the boy who knows his place and keeps it . . . her steak and onions will keep them at a distance . . . admires Mr. Thompson and Mike . . . Scandinavian, Fixit, Bed Cross, Orchestra, G.A.A. Wilbur Schuster . . . nature loving "Willy" seeks forestry for life Work . . . eating pancakes and home made bread are his specialties . . . maintenance man in a factory is his goal . . . Camera, Choir, Sigma Ouad. Charles Schwenn . . . "Chuck," the pancake kid, will devote himself to farming . . . won't be lonesome for school . . . will miss wholesome Mrs. 'Fausel . . . ma is his pin-up girl . . . Edelweiss Verein, Stein Verein, Travel. Norbert Seblom . . . is long on short waves . . . a devotee of all mechanics . . . short lively brunettes are his favorites . . . women drivers are his torment . . . hopes to own a Tucker Torpedo . . . Radio, Photography. Delores Sellas . . . "Dee" sees green when she misses the bus . . . traveling gets the "go light" . . . casual clothes and fried potatoes are a part of her . . . Fixit, Stein Sten, Spanish, G.A.A. Donald Sent . . . "Snufty" enjoys his lunch pals . . . admires Mr. Holm . . . friendly well dressed girls get his vote . . . the Navy will soon claim him . . . definitely a baseball fan . . . Council, Cooking, Riding. Audrey Serbicki . . . globe trotting "And" gorges on Sunday and diets on Monday . . . decries the messy locker keeper . . . chooses her dog as a pal. . . Latin, Fashion, Choir, Cleanup, Hall Guard. Martha Serio . . . "Marty" favors California where she can get her fill of movies . . . would abolish homework . . . invites Mrs. Taglia and Miss O'Connor to sample her spaghetti . . . Lib ary, Italian, Council, Etiquette, G.A.A. Robert Sharapata . . . "Sharp" is a busy man collecting souve- nirs . . . chemical reactions interest him . . . so do girls with good personality . . . a million green backs would please him . . . likes savory roasts . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Clean Up. Winnifred Siemandel . . . "Winnie," the modiste, wears clothes of latest fashion . . . needles away to the tune of slow dreamy music . . . hopes a tall dark boy is in her tea cup . . . Stein Sten, G.A,A. A Lillian Siemion . . . a honeymoon to Mexico would please "Lil" . . . might take Miss Landrigan along as interpreter . , . ask to see her greeting card collection . . . Pan American, Choir, Library, G.A.A., Bowling. Kenneth Simonsen . . . "Ken" likes to read . . . the Sunday comics are especially interesting . . . girls who smoke bother him . . . photography helps him pass his leisure . . . popular SOUQS and f.iendly people make a hit. Robert Skiba . . . all kinds of music, but no kind of homework has appeal for "Bob" . . . hopes to be as great as his dad . . . Sigma Quad, Band, French, Swim, Lettermen, Orchestra, Ft.O.T.C. Arlene Skipton . . . taking dictation from a nice boss won't be hard for dancing "Turp" . . . popular music and tailored togs fit into her makeup . . . humorous boy friend is a must . . . admires Mr. Held. Iohn Sloan . . . gay colors in sport clothes suit Iack's taste . . . fried chicken is good any time . . . girls with good personality and sense of humor rate . . . dad is his favorite . . . hopes to succeed. lean Slowi . . . there's nothing "slowie" about "Chloe" . . . . . . you'll see her "Yap" at any athletic game . . . looking forward to college . . . lr. Service, Silver Streak, Council, Pep, Office Service, Etiquette, G.A.A. Fred Smetters . . . it beats the band how he gets those match covers . . . he'd rather eat fish foods than go to school . . . woodshop instructor is his goal . . . Band, Tall Teens, Dancing, Red Cross. Adeline Smietana . . . vain playmates rate not with "Smitty" . . . dancing feet might land her in Europe . , . will take dictation from a tall dark boss . . . eating mashed potatoes is fun . . . Etiquette, Polish, G.A.A. Ioan Smith . . . gathers gridiron news . . . munches on lobstes . . . models well . . . scorns vanity . . . worships "mom" . . . Tall Teens, Office Service, Etiquette, Cheerleaders, Riding, Student Council, Spanish, GA.A. Norma Smith . . . "Norm" would give up dancing for an office job, if Mr. Held were the boss . . . the good natured fellow who will keep her supplied with hamburgers rates high . . . Riding, Latin. Shirley Sonneman . . . "mom" and "dad" are this gal's pals , . . Mr. Ferdman is her guiding light . . . chemistry is chosen subject . . . calls for popular tunes . . . Dardanelles, Spanish, Alchemstein, College, Office Service, GA.A. Evelyn Sorce . . . mom and dad are "Evie's" inspiration . . . Italian style spaghetti adds flavor to her life . . . has no time for loud people . . . elects Mr. Held to hall of fame . . . Dardanelles, Fixit, Choir, Tall Teens. Marie Spinelli . . . a gay "Little One" who enjoys people and admits her greatest aim in life is to be an ideal wife and mother . . . Cheerleaders, Italian, Choir, Library, Dramatics, G.A.A. Helen Spircoft . . . Ethel Iohnson is this gal's pal . . . thinks con- ceited fellows are pills . . . swimming keeps this model trim . . . has a yen for stamp collecting . . . Choir, Fashion, Stein Sten, Latin, As We Like lt. Robert Spitzer . . . "Bob," the outdoor fan knows his fish . . . wanders around Wisconsin woods seeking steak restaurants , . . Mr. Bradley is his walking partner . . . goes for sentimental music . . . Math, Camera, N.H.S. William Stadnik . . . money and more money is Bill's cry . , . commercial artist's job will earn it for him . . . says experience is his favorite teacher . . . despises egotism . . . Council, Star, As We Like lt, Cartoon, Basketball, N.H.S. Sidney Stafford . . . "Sid," the prophet of baseball scores, "Russels" about for barbecues . . . has airy notions . , . Mr. Herrick is his ace card . . . Cross Country, Math, Lettermen, Pan American, Fire Marshal, Assembly Police. Elvera Stancich . . . stage struck "El" picks Mrs, Haas as her model . . . mom and dad are her ideals . . . tickling the ivory is her diversion . . . As We Like lt, Green Curtain, Radio Performance. Kenenth Starck . . . neat, well dressed girls like Ma Farr suit "Ken" . . . gang at the lunch table are his pals . . . this White Sox fan hopes to play with them some day . . . Cooking, Letter- men, Basketball. Robert Stcstny . . , "Bob" craves tranquility . . . ignores noisy women . . . he'll be happy to become a big "butter and eqq man" . . . investigating will be his line . . . swimming keeps him in deep water . . . Riding, Swimming. Ieannine Stavoe . . . housewife career is good enough for lay . . . her French fries will take a prize . . . swimming is her talent . . . sincerity is a mu-st . . . Swim, Spanish, Hall Guard, Office Service, G.A.A. Kathleen Steel . . . "Kathy" wants to excel in equestrian per- formance . . . "show-offs" get the gate . . . gives the jealous gent the air . . . goes for snappy clothes . . . Riding, Pan Ameri- can, Stein Sten, G.A.A Eleanor Steigerwald . . . "El" likes to draw more than her breath . . . dreams of Freddy eating corn on the cob . . . envies any one who can travel . . . Sports, Edelweiss Verein. Marilyn Srtenberq . . . will feast on hot spaghetti when she visits Siberia . . . has her heart set on a marine . . . looks for traits of sincerity and consideration . . . Choir, Pan American, College, Chamber Music, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Michael Stolarcxk . . . "Arsonic" harnesses his affections to horses . , . craves good steaks . . . Mr. Temple and Arne ride the range with him . . . college days require neat attire . . . Tall Teens, Radio Mechanics. Sara Stramoqlta . . . "Sal's" family is close to her heart . . . Mrs. Taglia comes next . . . blue eyed blonde boys are acceptable . . . smoking gals are rejected . . . never tires of chicken . , . Italian, G.A.A. Iohn Stranqes . . . "Vaggo" has some of the strangest stamps . . . he stamps his disapproval on feminine smokers . . . mom and Miss Cahill are his favorites . . . engineering is his ambis tion , . . Italian, Boys' Sewing Club. Loretta Straub . . . conceited people are given the air . . . a stewardess role would suit "Lorry" . . . selects dad and Charlotte as passengers . . . takes to the alley when it comes to bowling . . . Choir, G.A.A. Catherine Stretch . . . this pin down girl has strikes to spare . . . caters to French fries . . . soft mellow music calls "Swede" to her side . . . As We Like It, Student Council, G.A.A. Arlys Stritxel . . . is looking for some growing tablets . . . has definitely classical tastes along all lines . . . Dardanelles, jr. Service, Achemstein, Girls' Choir, Swim, Latin, As We Like It, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Dolores Strut: . . . sympathetic "Lorry" will bzing the sick back to health . . . would like to travel before starting her career . . . dances keep her stepping . . . checks out conceited boys . . French, Pre Medics, Riding, G.A.A. Charlotte Sutton . . . consult "Char" for special health dishes . . . supplies a poem with each diet . . . she'll walk on your heels if you don't step along . . . humorous, not silly boys, rate . . . Tall Teens, G.A.A. Donald Swan . . . fixing up old cars for women drivers is "Swede's" hobby . . . wants to be a healthy civil engineer . . . "snooty" girls are out . . . Swiss steaks are in . . . Redheads, Latin, Sigma Quad. Vlrqlnla Swlelxek . . . "Virgie" admires Mr. Bradley . . . thinks her father is tops . . . the boy with sterling character is her choice . . . simplicity in dress and hamburgers for her . . . Spanish, As We Like lt, College, G.A.A. Robert Swiltart . . . "Bob" takes the prize for eating roast beef and mashed spuds . . . hopes Santa will bring him the Monop- oly game. . . . Miss Polka will play it . . . Latin, Alchemstein, Dancing, Polish, N.l-LS. Barbara Swtontek . . . "Bobbie" won't find much time to loaf when her. housewife ambition is realized . . . anonymous phone calls peevefflrer . . . feminine garb is her choice . . . Council. Red Cross, Camera, Local History. Pauline Sxtuk . . . novel "hair dos" performed in "Polly's" beauty salon will be the talk of the town . . . will locate next door to a movie show . . . favors strawberry flavored jello . , . Etiquette, Dardanelles, As We Like lt. Ioan Tagliere . . . when you start going hay-wire, consult D1 Tagliere the psychologist . . . she'll talk plenty . . . likes her escorts to dress as occasion demands . . . College, Fixit, Choir, Italian, Silver Streak, G.A.A. George Taxnillo . . . steaks and jazz have George on the hook . . . electrical engineering, pop and Chuck Renda give him a jolt . . . say he'll use people who call him "joe" for bait . . . Polish Radio. Wesley Tanner . . . the trumpet is his trump card . . . Du Pont will get him . . . he's no "Fraud" when it comes to chemistry . . . his dog gets his petting . . . Latin, Sigma Quad, Marshal, Usher, Band. Gaylord Taylor . . . this "Gay" equestrian seeks a quiet intelli- gent pa tner for the bridal path . . . Y.M.C.A. is his hangout . . . leechy buddies have to pay for their own pizza , , . likes Larson . . . Pressman, Choir. loy Temme . . . this coming famous artist finds recreation astride a horse . . . hopes to win a tall, dark modest guy . . , dismounts for a fried chicken feast and a wee dance . . . Spanish, Choir, Riding. Marilyn Ternpel . . . sentimental music, tuna fish salad, tailored clothes, and hob-nobbing with the "Yaps" make this roller skating expert happy . . . her sensitive nerves dislike paper rattlers . . . Etiquette, G.A.A. Alice Temple . . . "Al's" heart is in California . . . will operate a beauty parlor and entertain her patrons with accordion selec- tions and her records . . . roast chicken is good pickin' . . History, Office Service, G.A.A. Angeline Termini . . . "Angie" hasn't found her ideal person, but she met her favorite food-spaghetti . . . believer in thrift so adopts stamp saving as hobby . . . swings to boogie . . . Italian, Crafts, G.A.A. Robert Thommes . . . modeling mattresses with his eye on the frying chicken, tops all for "Bob" . . . playboy ambition is fun but will net him empty pockets . . . Miss Farr is his friend . . . Cleanup. Richard Thompson . . . this fixit man would give his "Boots" to be a radio engineer . . . popular music and a dish of pizza spell luxury for him . . . Science, Radio, Choir. Lorene Thorson . . . "Rene" expects to enhance her shell collec- tion as she goes on her travels . . . her gazb will be neat and simple . . . gum cracking and paper rattling disturb her . . . Ceramics, Travel, G.A.A. Charlotte Tibbetts . . . "Lolly," the bead girl, would like to hiber- nate for a year . . . must have chocolate cake . . . could walk better if people kept off her heels . . . Latin, Knitting, G.A.A. George Tidstrand . . . will welcome graduation so he can get to the navy where he hopes no one will pop corny jokes . . . admires Miss Kinderman . . . Sigma Ouad, Band, Basketball, Symphony Orchestra. Edward Tipshus . . . "Tippy" visions himself in a canoe on some quiet lake snapping pictures of the scenery . . . garbed in com- fortable clothes and making himself tasty sandwiches is his de- light . . . Camera, Council, Star. Corrine Tiritilli . . . narrow minded people get no rating in "Corky's" memory book . . . future concert pianist enjoys dates with courteous, funful boys . . . Italian, Spanish, Red Cross, Fine Arts, Music Appreciation, Choir, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Susie Tootooian . . . "Toots" is long on walks and short on home- work . . . imbibing women disgust her . . . picture collecting keeps her pasting . . . dancing partner must have personality . . . Green Curtain, Etiquette, Student Council, G.A.A. Marvin Tranter . . . this car fixer hopes to tinker his way to fame some day . . . Mr. Holm and mother will share his success . . . imbibers will be boycotted . . . likes honest good looking girls. Victor Trela . . . selects his pastimes to suit his moods . . . milk shakes are his nourishment . . . classical music and good suits cut a figure with him . . . Council, Cleanup, Marshal, Current Discussion, Spanish. Al Trulli . . . "Blackie" would black out naggers . . . swimming gets him in deep water . . . favors Miss Fa r and Miss Kilgour . . . just a plain well dressed maiden suits him . . . Bowling, Travel, Lettermen. William Urban . . . picks his mother as his best girl, and Mr. Vesel as his prize teacher . . . goes for fried chicken . . . dis- likes conceit . . . South America lures him to her shores . . . Polish. William Vander Hayden, . . "Willie" can't be licked when it comes to a stamp collection . . . intends to enter navy and hopes some nice neat blondes will write to him . . . Sigma Ouad, Riding Club. Barbara Varouxakis . . . Triple Trio "gab tests" and traveling as private secretary suits "Bed" . . . devouring ice c'eam to slow dreaming music is easy to take . . . Carrot Tops, Pan American, Choir, Stein Sten, G.A.A. George Vartabedian . . . if you have any old stamps, notify "Kiko" . . . this traveling engineer takes to swing music and fied chicken . . . quiet girls who refrain from smoking get his applause . . . Music, Riding. Frances Veremis . . . this sweater girl likes to eat, has no time for dieting ladies . . . enjoys the company of jolly athletic boys . . . Stein Sten, Riding, Orchestra, Office Service, G.A.A. Florence Vertone . . . likes to watch good dancers when she's not reading . . . any type of food suits this snap shot collector . . . prefers Miss Kilburn . . . objects to being called "Blackie" Harold Vinie . . . "Golden Toe" will go in for carpentry . . . has his hammer out for lazy guys . . . nails his affections to his brother . . . he'd chisel to get creamed cauliflower . . . Naturalist, Talent, Football Team. Robert Voida . . . "Bob" confesses that he's not long on home- work . . . admits he likes the reserved girl . . . eating and sleeping are his specialties . . . ma's apple pie is his delicacy . . . Sigma Quad. Barbara Volant . . . "Babs" serves creamed corn and fried chicken . . . a lad from the Emerald Isle is her preference . . . long walks and cello playing are her diversions . . . Camera, Dress Design, Latin, G.A.A. Robert Vondrak . . . country air and Mr. Downey are tonics for "Bob" . . . the practical girl may milk his cows . . . Camera, College, Tall Teens, Local History, Council, Picked Platoon, Ushers' Club, Officers' Club. Winnie Wake . . . "Win" does things by threes . . . getting to places on time is her big difficulty . . . hopes to win "Terry" . . . Radio Performance, College Entrance, Pan American, Lite Guard, Fire Marshal, G.A.A. Sylvia Waller . . . "Syl" saves cut slips as hobby . . . casual clothes and popular music are tops . . . job hunting consumes her leisure . . . likes chili, but not chilly people . . . As We Like It, Latin. Thomas Walsh . . . the petite quiet miss with a knack for making lemon cream pies is "T's" ideal . . . hopes the engineer draft will get him . . . singles out Miss Kilgour . . . Tall Teens, Cooking. Iames Wal: . . . "lim" likes his own company pretty well . . . maybe he's afraid some one will "cop" his collection of golf tees . . . has no time for loud mouths . . . 'Ouartets, Orchestra, As We Like lt. Gene Wandall . . . the wishing wood carver dreams of a high power swanky car, a home in the heart of fishing country, money- making enterprises and a sensible wife . . . Choir, Tall Teens, Guard. Beth Ward . . . colorful Colorado lures "B" with her crystal "animalitos" . . . mom is her companion . . . keeps abreast with swimming . . . admires sincerity . . . steaks are her preference . . . Tall Teens, College Entrance, Local History, G.A.A. Patricia Weber . . . "Kitten" purrs sweetly at tall blond boys . . . scratches out people who stare at her . . . will open a beauty salon . . . Ir. Choir, Latin, College, Fashion, Fresh-Soph. Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Nellie Week . . . mouth waters for strawberry shortcake . . . riding above clouds with Miss Haley and Lynn is Reds ambition . . . souvenir gathering is pleasant pastime for her . . . admires respectful gents . . . Council, Pan American, G.A.A. Michael Weqrzyn . . . puts mother on a pedestal . . . whizzing around in his own car is his secret desire . . . "Peanuts" likes "seconds" when it comes to food . . . sport clothes suit him . . . Talent, Quartet. Robert Weil: . . . "Bob's" waking hours are one grand picture taking spree . . . give him the out door life where his loud clothes will harmonize with nature's colors . . . Camera, Polish, Officers' Club. F Gerald Weiss . . . taking things apart and doing odd jobs take the time of "Hig" . . . silly giggling girls unnerve him . . . will share his millions with the well mannered miss . . . Riding, Ushers. Kenneth Wendt . . . "Ken" has his eyes on ornamental pieces on cars . . . world wide travel displaying his plastic productions will be his future . . . smoking girls are forbidden to see them . . . Tall Teens, Travel. Eugene Wesley . . . "Wes" is in the ring when skates are around . . . gobs invite him to join them . . . jolly girls are his pick . . . he's a future F.B.l., so beware! . . . Cooking. Gloria West . . . excels in crooning popular tunes . . . bows to dancing . . . potatoes or la mash for her . . . goes for the fancy in dress . . . Double Trouble, Carrot Top, French, Choir, G.A.A. Rosemarie West . . . loud girls bother winsome "Twinie" . . . c1ooning with her sister brings applause . . . favors her brother and Miss Sechler . . . her future points to horses and a ranch . . . Talent, Double Trouble, Carrot Top. Richard Whaley . . . "Dick's" thoughts are in the air . . . visions a model gas air plane . . . he's every body's friend . . . frowns on noisy girls . . . braggers are bores to him . . . Sigma Quad, Council, Track. Carol Wiberq . . . "Cookie" would like to find out if they have an "Awful Lot of Coffee in Brazil" . . . her accordion is her com- panion . . . admires the ambitious boy . . . Latin, History, Scandinavian. Doris Wicke . . . week ends at Delavan is "duck soup" for this collector of records . . . this future nightingale likes the dark, polite boy . . . hopes marriage will he her lot . . . College, Fashion, G.A.A. lean Widenmeyer . . . private secretary's life is her aim . . . chop stick food pleases . . . "mom" is her ideal . . . picks Dee Sellas . . . Fixit, Spanish, Red Cross, Star, Stein Sten, Office Service, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Paul Wieland . . . "Wie," the newsy guy, writes up Pop Pfeil . . . raps the talkative women . . . advertises for hunting and fishing license . . . likes the cute girl . . . Cartoon, Football, Fire Marshal, Hall Guard. Lorraine Willis . . . "Lor" dances and reads in her quest for happiness . . . punctuality counts . . . occupational therapy ts her ambition . . . spaghetti is her dish . . . Jr. Service, Dar- danelles, College, Handicraft, Stein Sten, GA.A. Nancy Wilson . . . look to "Nan" for new schemes in decorating and the latest fads in dress design . . . rugged boys are her pick . . . Dardanelles, Riding, Pan American, Council, Silver Streak, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Ioseph Winter . . . "Ioe's" patience is tried by the silly Freshies . . . redheads only may share his famous steak dinners . . . spends his time on the bridle path . . . Current Discussion, Coast Guard. Ioachim Winters . . . "loe" likes to exercise his vocal chords with band music . . . Mr. Temple is his favorite . . . mother sur- passes all girls . . . likes dressy clothes, sweet solid music and a conservative girl friend. Camille Wondrastek . . . hopes "Cupid" will look her way so she can cook her famous spaghetti for a tall good-natured better half . . . her traveling ideas will keep her broke . . . G.A.A. Loretta Wosik . . . "Lor" likes all sorts of sports . . . specializes in dancing . . . is interested in a certain someone . . . wants to be a good wife . . . Sport Fans, Polish, Green Curtain, Cheer- leaders, G.A.A. Richard Young . . . hopes his coming novel merits Pulitzer prize . . . girls who converse well, rate . . . so do Mr. Feldman and Mr. Herrick . . . "Dick's" golf scores are tops . . . Stage Crew, Band, As We Like lt. Robert Younqnickel . . . "Slim" would give many a nickel to be an air pilot . . . has no patience with unrefined, sarcastic people . . . puts Miss Kilburn at the top of his list . . . Fire Marshals. Rosina Yousko . . . Rose is happy that food lines are out . . . turkey, sentimental music, tailored suits and playing piano are Rosie's likes . . . traveling is her ambition . . . nursing is her career . . . Council, Etiquette, Green Curtain, Latin, G.A.A. Loretta Zawacki . . . roasting chicken for a certain someone wouldn't make "l..orry" sorry . . . hopes she's happy in come mezcial career . . . she's a great lover of all sports and sentie mental music . . . Latin, G.A.A. Carl Zdeb . . . a frequent dozer hopes to sit in millionaire row . . . Pres. Truman is his true ideal . . . alarm clocks disturb him . . . fried chicken is his bill of fare . . . Football, Council, Choir. Marlin Zinner . . . will tackle a truck driver's job after he gets over his fishing craze . . . loan is this football star's goal . . . corn beef and cabbage score with him . . . Football Team, Lettermen. Leon Ziomel: . . . "Lee's" life overflows with music . . . likes Mr. Groom . . . army life strikes a harmonious note for him . . . so do athletic blondes . . . Music Appreciation, Polish, Orchestra, Chamber Music. joseph Zitlrus . . . "Red" banks the ball across the side as he thinks about his personality girl . . . he invites Miss Roy to his fishing pond . . . Lenny Druss helps him bait the hook . . . Carrot Top. Michael Zizzo . . . "Mickey" snutfs out of his life the girl who smokes . . , chicken is the dish for him . . . never too sleepy to pick up a rare stamp . . . admires Sicuro . . . Football, Italian. Harold Zuhl . . . dreamy Hawaiian music soothes Harry, the coming electrical engineer . . . sport clothes and fried chicken are on the must list . . . black lists conceited girls . . . College Entrance, Riding. Teresa Zumpano . . . "Terry" says the scent counts, so she collects unusual perfumes . . . she's a gay warbler of classical airs . . . has no time for insincerity . . . dresses to suit the occasion . . . Italian, Guard, G.A.A. Wendell Pearson . . . one of the late comers to Steinmetz arrives just inltime to get his picture in with the rest of his buddies . . . hes a lucky boy. CAMERA SHY William Ardinqer Dexter Bolender Herbert Carlstedt Richarsl Colan Glenn Hahn Ronald Ienks Ronald Puglia Joseph Rago Max Ranft Frank Smetana idr -,4 Piro Marshals . 82 Polish . . 79 Administration .... 16-17 gmt Aid ' 135 gre Medics ' 133 Advanced Swim . . . 117 Flxlt h' Ad ' ' 93 Press Q ' ' ' 87 Alchemstein .... 100 French 1B YJ ' ' 108 Pmssfn ?M' Ft ' d 14-15 Assistant Principal, Mr. Ramsey 18 Frenc Si ignenefsl ' 62 Pnncuifi 't r' 1 Zgem 145 As We Like It .... 86 Freslg- op . hon . 3135 Prgng 1C ures . - 1 21 Athletics ..... 114-115 IGS men ' ' ' ' ' ' .' '. 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Officers . 128 Ceramics . . 91 ' ' ' Chamber Music . 68 J S Chess . . 92 Classes . 28-29 lune Grads . . . 146-171 333511523513 ' ' Cleanup . 82 luniors . . 43-48 Science ' ' 87 Coast Guard ' 89 Iunior Choir ' ' 60 Seasonal Sports ' 113 College Club , , 98 Iunior Service . . 78 Seniors ' 50,54 gollege Entrance . 81 JK Sigma Quad ' 80 oncert Band . . 58 1 ' Concert Orchestra . 65 Knitting 102 gggiiqstreak ' Crafts and Posters - 110 Know Chicago ' ' 95 Sophomores. 37-41 Cross-country . 121 ' ' Spanish ' 82 Current Books I . 193 of Sport Fans 84 Current D1scuss1on . 09 Latin I I ' U 112 gmqgcgiw ' 123 - L d 'Cl . . 118 mf 19 - 'Sb Liiiesflsen ass Q5 Stein Sten . . 113 Dancing . . . 103 Libfqfy , 1 Q6 Stein Verein l . - 81 Dardanelles . . . 99 Lunch Room , , 107 Student Council . 104-105 Division Pages, Activities . 56-57 Swing Band . . 62 Double Trouble . . 109 W Symphony Orchestra . 59 Dramatics ieveni . . 106 Math 108 .7 Dramatics iodcll . . 84 MMGDQ ' ' 125 Dress D9S1q1'1. . . 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